More people are flying today than ever before. An increase in low-cost carriers, improved in-flight services and better airport management have gone a long way in upping the user experience. In this age when tourist traffic is increasing by leaps and bounds, the experience of a traveler tends to be richer when airports manage the entire gamut of contacts a traveler has with the airport.
A userís experience with an airport often begins even before the airportís precincts are entered. How does a traveler get to the airport? Can the user get maps of parking lots? Where can the car be parked? What are the parking charges? Are valet parking facilities available? Basic questions every flyer asks and has trouble finding answers to.
Airports today are huge landmarks with the infusion of the latest technologies. Sophisticated X-ray machines that scan baggage, metal detectors, card readers, biometric devices are some of the hottest technology that can be found in airports. The humble airport parking is not left untouched. The entire experience of using an airport parking lot is changing.
For budget travelers nothing is more enticing than cheap rates for parking their cars. The luxury of booking a car parking from the confines of ones hotel or office cubicle saves the trouble of harrowing at the airport to find a place to park the car before the arrival or departure of a flight. Knowing in advance of a seasonal/holiday induced increase in traffic will allow one to be better prepared to face delays. Information disseminated through airport parking operators often goes a long way in preparing for the traffic and parking conditions at the busiest of airports.