Driving to Eppley Airfield and looking for somewhere to park your car? Here on the ParkVia website you’ll find a space for your car just a short distance away from the terminal at Eppley Airfield. Making a booking is quick and easy. Help get your journey off to the best possible start by pre-booking parking with ParkVia today.
The car park just a short distance from Eppley Airfield operates a shuttle service that runs on a regular basis to the airport terminal. Simply park your car at the parking lot and board the regular shuttle bus service that takes you direct to the airport terminal. It’s as simple as that. For peace of mind guaranteed, reserve your Eppley Airfield parking through the ParkVia website today.
Reserving your parking with ParkVia is simple and stress free. Simply add the dates and times you wish to leave off and pick up your vehicle and then hit the 'Search' button. After that, pick the parking lot that suits you the best and then fill out the booking form that follows with all the information requested. That’s all there is to it.
Once your booking has been made you will receive a confirmation text and email containing all the important information you’ll need for your journey like the car park address, contact details, map and GPS co-ordinates of the car park.
Rated 5.00 based on 3 reviews
Your website is confusing. I used another website the first time I made a reservation. This time, I scrolled down until I found the “real” website to the Bidget Parking. After that everything worked well.
Tried to charge $10.00 when we left. Used a AAA card to defer that. If I make a reservation for a specific amount that is what I expect to pay. Drivers were professional, vans clean.
Eppley Airfield is a medium sized airport three miles northeast of Omaha, Nebraska, in Douglas County, Nebraska. The airport occupies 2,650 acres and handles about 75-80 airline flights per day to 19 daily and 3 seasonal non-stop destinations.
Several films have used Eppley for a few scenes including the 2002 feature film ‘About Schmidt’ which included scenes filmed inside and outside the terminal building.