- July 2nd 2012
We pride ourselves on providing an excellent off airport parking reservations service and we’re always happy to tell people about it. Today, it’s our customers’ turn to talk about their experiences of parking at our Chicago Midway airport parking facility.
“Easily the best airport parking facility I’ve ever used. Time and time again my family has used Midway Park Ride and Fly when traveling out on Southwest. The shuttle is always quick, our cars are always taken care of, and the price is certainly right. In fact, the folks at this parking facility even brushed and de-iced our car during a massive late-season snow storm that happened while our vehicle was in their care. Most of all, these folks know customer service.” – Amy G on Yelp.
“Their service was exceptional. I work for a major corporation and have high expectations of my employees when it comes to customer service. The drivers go above and beyond – they are friendly, polite, and courteous. They are always helpful with your luggage and my driver even took a couple minutes to brush the snow off my car!” – UIC254 on Yahoo Local.
“On a late returning flight from Mexico I had a flat tire. It was dark, and I couldn’t see it, but the driver immediately said, “Oh, we saw your car had a flat tire during the week, we can get a air pump or help you change it if needed”. They came back in a few minutes and helped me change it after it wouldn’t take air. I thought that was extremely nice of them after a long flight. He easily could have just dropped me off and went on his way.” – Cameron R on Yelp.
“Door to door service. They picked us up at our car, dropped us off at the airport. We didn’t wait at all when we came back from our trip. The shuttle was waiting for us and promptly dropped us off right next to our car. This service was the cheapest, most convenient I have ever seen. The employees were all very courteous and the service worth it. Highly recommend.” – DB, on Yahoo Local.
“Who would have thought people would be writing reviews for parking lots. I never would have until I came across this gem. From the moment you arrive till the moment you leave, they have the system down packed (give you exact spot to park in, van follows you, driver helps with bags if needed, you text and the van arrives almost magically etc). And just when you think the experience couldn’t be flawless they surprise you with things like free water or a pleasant remarks at the payment booth … Great job guys!” – Moe A on Yelp.
“I’ve used it at least 50 times since my first review, and it’s still mighty stellar. I’ve never had any type of issue, it’s always speedy and convenient, and the staff is actually very friendly for a parking lot type of establishment. My repeated props: thanks for keeping my car for me while I wander around the country MPRF. ” – Colleen C on Yelp.
Thanks so much for taking the time to review our services on Yelp and other sites.
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- May 2nd 2012
Once known as “The Farm” because of its isolation, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) is now among the busiest airports in the US and the world. On the average day the airport handles more than 100,000 passengers and has 1,200 arriving and departing airplanes. It has 120 gates spread over 3 terminals. Most of these are in Terminal 4 which opened in 1990 and was expanded in 2005.
Phoenix Sky Harbor airport celebrated its 75th anniversary in 2010, dating its history to the purchase of an existing airport by Phoenix city in 1935 (which happens to be the same year that the Monopoly board game was released). An interesting fact about the airport is that it was once popular with couples wanting to make a quick marriage. It had a chapel next door (near where the Left Seat Restaurant is now) and there was no three day waiting period in Arizona.
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- April 26th 2012
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE) was founded in 1925 and was America’s first municipal airport. Used as a stop for US Air Mail planes crossing the country, it soon became more important for commercial and passenger traffic. The airport has been a pioneer in airport technology, implementing the world’s first radio-equipped air traffic control tower and the first airfield lighting system in the US. In 1968, it also became the first airport to be connected to a local/regional transit system. Amelia Earhart and Charles Lindbergh visited the airport regularly.
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- April 19th 2012
Today it’s time for another post in our series profiling our airport parking locations. Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport is the eighth busiest airport in the world in terms of passenger traffic and the busiest airport in Texas. In 2011, it handled 57.8 million passengers, of whom 5.5 million were international. The airport has 7 runways, 5 terminals, 155 gates and covers 155 destinations via 20 passenger airlines. According to the airport’s own site, from DFW you can get to every major continental US state within four hours.
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- April 17th 2012
Beauty is not a word that often comes to mind when you think of airports, but Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) is an exception. The main terminal was designed by Finnish American architect Eero Saarinen, and it’s commonly thought to give a suggestion of flight, especially with its graceful curves.
Though the terminal has been extended since its original construction, it remains an attractive regional landmark. Named after President Eisenhower’s Secretary of State, John F. Dulles, IAD airport serves the Baltimore-Washington-Northern Virginia area. It carried 23.2 million passengers in 2011, of whom 6.4 million were international. Read more »