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Friday, September 15, 2006

Airport parking

Posted By on Fri, Sep 15, 2006 at 1:01 PM

Starting Monday, LR National Airport will offer valet parking -- $12 per day on a surface lot, $15 in the deck. News release on the jump.


A new customer service, valet parking, will be available at Little Rock National Airport beginning September 18.

Deborah Schwartz, executive director at Little Rock National, said, “We are continually adding customer services so that we meet our goal of providing an exemplary airport experience to everyone who uses this facility. Valet parking is something many of our customers have requested, and we’re very pleased to announce the start-up of that service now.”

Valet Solutions of Little Rock was chosen in a competitive bid process by the Little Rock Municipal Airport Commission to provide the service.

Josh Wallace, president of the company, said, “We are excited for the opportunity to partner with Little Rock National Airport in providing this ‘first class’ parking alternative to customers.”

The service will be available from 4:30 a.m. to last arriving flight seven days a week, 365 days a year.  The daily charge is $12 for surface parking and $15 a day for covered parking.


         The valet parking kiosk will be located to the immediate east of the terminal building “which will allow customers to drop their cars off and walk only a few steps to the terminal or curbside check-in stand,” Schwartz said.


         Wallace said that to use valet parking, customers will simply pull up to the kiosk at the east end of the terminal and “let Valet Solutions’ courteous and professionally trained staff handle the rest, allowing the customer to be on his or her way in just moments.” Wallace said, “that pagers will be provided to enable returning passengers to alert valet parking attendants that they have arrived so their vehicle will be ready for them as soon as they collect their baggage.”

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