With valet King Shaka airport parking, simply drop your car off at the terminal, where a driver from the chosen car park will meet you and drive your car to a secure car park, where it will be parked for the duration of your stay. Upon your return, the car park will be tracking your flight, so they know when you arrive back at the airport. Give them a call once you have collected your luggage and they will have your car ready for you to collect. King Shaka airport parking doesn't get any easier!
King Shaka airport parking is made easy with ParkVia. Booking your valet parking space is fast and easy. Make your booking now to ensure your space. You can make your booking for King Shaka airport parking online.
Rated 4.84 based on 2257 Reviews
Great and Professional service. Will use them again
Everything was great except firstly I had R200 worth of change for tollgates and cargaurds stolen,as well as a USB!!! Secondly the chauffeur or staff could be dressed neater with a name tag,look more presentable not like he is sweating or who knows what else. Give more time for proper spot checks on departure and arrival. Those few majorly disappointing fa tors can cause bad or no business for the company
Great service and will definately use them again
Driver's where on time to collect and deliver vehicle
Efficient, professional service. Highly recommend!
Thank you Rehoboth for making our trip easier. Very professional!
Outstanding service and value for money.
Fantastic service from Supreme Park and Fly will definitely use their services again and highly recommend them to other users! Thank you Supreme Park and Fly for your outstanding service and the assistance with my tyre issues I really appreciate your assistance!
This was my first time using the service I had no issue everything was fine
Friendly and professional.
Fantastic service, will defo use again
King Shaka is the third busiest airport in South Africa after OR Tambo and Cape Town. 5 million people travel to and from the airport annually.
King Shaka is the new modern airport, which replaces the old Durban International Airport. The airport opened in 2010, just before the opening of the 2010 World Cup. King Shaka was named after the 19th century Zulu leader Shaka ka Senzangakhona.