15 JULY 2019


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Article from BTNews 15 JULY 2019

ParkVia lands world parking contract

British Airways parent company International Airlines Group (IAG) has appointed ParkVia, whose coverage spans 43 countries and includes more than 2,000 car parks, as its online parking provider.

The primary IAG project launch will be a dedicated micro-website for British Airways where passengers looking to pre-book airport parking, valet parking or airport hotels with parking, can select their chosen product across 148 UK and global destinations.

The next phase of development will see Stockport-based ParkVia develop micro-sites for each of IAG’s other member airlines, which include Aer Lingus, Iberia, Level and Vueling.

ParkVia managing director Mark Pegler said: “This is a red letter day for us – to become a preferred supplier to a globally-renowned airline group which encompasses your own country’s flag-carrier, is quite an achievement.

“As an established and recognised supplier to the aviation industry, collaborating with more than 22 airlines, we are well positioned to deliver a seamless service that complements the travel experience customers already enjoy with IAG carriers.”

ParkVia, under its former brand name ParkCloud, was awarded a second Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the international trade category in April. The rebrand was completed in the same month.



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