In September 2013, Europe’s favourite low fares airline, Ryanair, announced its decision to move flights departing Warsaw back to Warsaw Modlin airport, following the completion of runway improvements at the terminal, on a new 10 year agreement. Ryanair celebrated the news with promotional prices on flights this autumn, and shortly thereafter announced its first Polish domestic flights.
ParkCloud has been Ryanair’s chosen partner for airport parking services in Poland since March 2013, with a choice of car parks at 7 Polish airports, and services for customers have now been extended to Warsaw Modlin airport. ParkCloud offers low cost parking with a free shuttle transfer service alongside premium VIP valet parking. Modlin airport is located 38km from Warsaw city centre, with easy access by car, making parking a popular choice for many travellers. Passengers are now able to save money on parking on Ryanair.com, while booking flights or checking in online.
Through Ryanair’s partnership with ParkCloud, Polish passengers can now get great deals on parking virtually no matter where they depart: Gdansk, Katowice, Krakow, Wroclaw, Poznan, Lodz and Rzeszow airports are all covered by ParkCloud, in addition to Warsaw Modlin.
Speaking about the extended services, Robin Kiely of Ryanair said:
"Ryanair will carry over 81m passengers this year at the lowest prices, connecting 185 destinations with 1600 international routes. Now passengers traveling from Warsaw Modlin airport can enjoy even greater savings and convenience, thanks to our partnership with ParkCloud. Parking services will be extended to cover 36 airports in 12 European countries. Advance parking reservations are available at any time on Ryanair.com"
Mark Pegler, Managing Director of ParkCloud said:
"We are delighted to see our car parking services growing rapidly. Our successful partnership with Ryanair now allows more passengers to take advantage of the best value car parking, and we will eventually provide parking coverage at over 40 airports in the next 12 months."