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Driving to Columbus airport and need somewhere to park your car? You have come to the right place! Here on the ParkVia website you will find parking spaces only a short distance away from the airport terminal at Columbus airport. Making a booking is very simple. And it only takes a few minutes of your time. So to guarantee yourself a parking space for Columbus airport, pre-book now through the ParkVia website to save yourself time and stress.
The open air car park close by to Columbus airport operates a valet service, a great option for those travelling with a large family or with heavy luggage. All you have to do is meet one of the parking lot attendants at the airport terminal who will then take your vehicle from you and drive to their secure compound. On your return the driver will meet you again to hand back your vehicle. It really is that simple. So if it’s parking you need for Columbus airport, then the ParkVia website is the place to go to find it!
Booking your parking for Columbus airport is quick and easy when you choose ParkVia. Simply add the days and times that you wish to drop off and pick up your vehicle and then hit the ‘Search’ button. Once that’s done, just select the car park that suits you the best and then complete the booking form that appears on the following page. And that’s it – your booking is now complete. Now just sit back and wait for your text and email confirmation of your booking, which includes all the information you’ll need for the journey ahead.
If you’d like more information on how to make a booking please visit our ‘How to book’ page.
Columbus airport is located 6 miles east of downtown Columbus, Ohio, USA. The airport flies to most of the major airline hubs across the United States. Columbus airport is the largest passenger airport in central Ohio and is the second busiest in the state after Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.
The airport is also known for displaying community artwork, including children's drawings, a photographic timeline, and other donated items. Most recognized is Brushstrokes in Flight, a sculpture located inside the terminal atrium designed by Roy Lichtenstein.