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Cyprus Airways Fuels Up For Summer Season With ParkVia

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Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Cyprus Airways Fuels Up For Summer Season With ParkVia

European airport parking leader, ParkVia, has further bolstered its airline portfolio with the addition of Cyprus’ flag carrier, Cyprus Airways.  

With a long-term goal to cultivate tourism by building a strong, reliable national airline, Cyprus Airways has outlined its commitment to enhancing the passenger travel experience by collaborating with ParkVia to offer its customers online parking reservations.  

Powered through dedicated micro-site cyprusairways.parkvia.com, the newly created platform will allow users to search, browse and book parking  alongside their flights  at  a number of  popular destinations  worldwide  – including Prague, Verona, Zurich and Athens. 

Alongside the dynamic pre and post-booking touchpoints, customers will also be able to compare  individual car park  features, prices and consumer reviews via the platform’s intuitive search engine capabilities.    

ParkVia’s  expertise in  developing  and marketing  online  channels to boost the visibility and reach of  its partners' parking offers,  enables  ease of access for  a  global network of customers  looking for a fast yet intelligent  booking service. 

Speaking about the collaboration, Kiki Haida, PR & Marketing Manager at Cyprus Airways, said:  

“As we continue to evolve our passenger services, collaborating with like-minded partners such as ParkVia enables the airline to maximise opportunities for growth and opens up a new stream of distribution channels.   

“The newly developed platform dovetails seamlessly with all our key locations, matching drivers to a parking option that suits their individual travel requirements, allowing further personalisation of the overall travel experience for our passengers.” 

In July 2018, Cyprus Airways successfully passed the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Operational Safety Audit (IOSA), one of the highest standards in the world for airline operational safety. In October 2018, the company became a member of  International  Air Transport Association (IATA).