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Christchurch Airport Parking needed

Christchurch Airport Parking needed given increased travellers

Christchurch has suffered through the earthquakes and is now recovering with steadily increasing tourism numbers and a world class airport. It was believed that it would be “almost impossible” for Christchurch to recover from the earthquakes. Yet in 2013, Christchurch Airport won three awards, including one for being New Zealand's Major Airport of the Year.

The awards’ judges commended Christchurch Airport for its commitment to passenger satisfaction, environmental sustainability, aviation safety and reliability. Travellers have also been independently surveyed and declared Christchurch Airport the best in Australasia.

Increased numbers of travellers through Christchurch’s award winning airport requires additional car parking. Airpark Canterbury offers secure cost effective off-airport car parking facilities close to the airport.

Airpark Canterbury's Christchurch Airport parking is within 4 minutes of the airport and is the only privately owned and operated Christchurch Airport parking facility in the area.

Airpark Canterbury offers great short to long term airport parking and car storage. Airpark's parking facilities are conveniently open 24 hours, so no matter what time of the day or night your flight is, you can quickly park your car in a safe and secure area. You can also create online bookings for your convenience.

Your car is locked in secure facilities, so you don't have to worry about incidents happening to your car while you're off enjoying your holiday. There is also a car grooming service on the premises so that you can come back to a nice, clean car. Airpark Canterbury offers competitive rates that are wrapped with excellent customer service.

While it can sometimes seem expensive to park your car at the airport, having access to a facility that provides 24/7 access to your vehicle, no matter what time of the day, is the perfect start and finish to your trip. Getting picked up from Christchurch Airport by one of Airpark Canterbury's friendly staff is just part of the overall service provided to you.

Travellers will enjoy their time away knowing that their car and valuables are secure at Airpark Canterbury.

See more information at: http://www.christchurchairportparking.co.nz/.


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