Picture the scene; you have a wonderful week in the sun booked, you’re looking forward to getting away, relaxing, enjoying the new surroundings and having a bit of ‘You’ time.
But wait, you have two children in tow who need feeding, entertaining, washing, more entertaining, not to mention the obligatory sibling squabbles…you get my point. Read More
“If you don’t like your name that much, you should change it by deed poll. It’s much cheaper than changing your airline ticket!”
This was actually said to me when checking in at a Ryanair desk before a trip to Spain. My friend who booked the tickets did so in my name Franki, but my passport shows my full name, Francesca. Cue a ‘confused’ clerk when asking me if Franki and Francesca were two different people… Read More
If you have a holiday coming up, you may be wondering whether it is better to get to the airport by taxi, public transport or by driving your own car and parking once you get there. There are of course arguments in favour of all methods.
It’s a question that always gets asked; “Why book aiprort parking when I can just take a taxi?”, and it’s a valid one! Taxis seemingly take the stress out of having to drive yourself or having to find a parking space, but at what cost does that come?
Airport Parking Shop took it upon ourselves to investigate, as we love a research piece! We compared the cost of parking at the airport from August 5th to 12th to the one way cost of a taxi, return train journey and a coach trip.
Going on a trip, whether it’s for business or for leisure should be as straightforward as can be. Here at Airport Parking Shop however we do sometimes receive the odd story of a bad parking experience. We wanted to find out what the volume of crimes at airports were and how much of that was parking related to see how much of a problem it actually is. We also wanted to know what the most common crimes at airports are, so when you’re travelling you can be aware of this and hopefully avoid becoming a victim.
The Easter break, the Summer holidays and wedding season are all looming, which might mean you’ve got a holiday or Stag or Hen Do on the cards. These are exciting times for sure, but what happens if you want to travel after Brexit on March 29th? We’ve looked into what considerations you’ll need to make, what happens to your passport, those all important data roaming fees and more to give you a well rounded view on how to prepare… Read More