Greenville Spartanburg Airport Parking

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About Greenville Spartanburg Airport Parking

Driving to Greenville Spartanburg Airport and looking somewhere to park your car? Here on the ParkVia website you will find parking just a short distance away from the terminal at Greenville Spartanburg. Making a booking is fast, simple and secure. Help get your journey off to the best possible start by pre-booking parking with ParkVia today.

The Greenville Spartanburg Airport parking option available at ParkVia operates a valet parking service, the most simple stress free way to park your car. Simply drive your automobile to the parking lot entrance and leave it with the staff at the car park, who will park your car for you. It could not be any simpler.

For peace of mind reserve your Greenville Spartanburg airport parking with ParkVia today.

How do I book my Greenville Spartanburg Airport parking?

Reserving your parking with ParkVia is straightforward. Just enter the days and times you wish to leave and pick up your vehicle and then click ‘Search’. Then, just select the parking lot you would like and then fill out the short booking form with all the information requested. That is all there is to it.

Once your booking has been made you will receive a confirmation email. The email will contain the car park address, contact details, map and GPS co-ordinates of the car park.

Greenville Spartanburg Airport information

Spartanburg Airport

The GSP terminal building has in excess of 226,000 square feet of space, third level jet bridge boarding and thirteen departure gates. More than 1.8 million passengers per year are served by 6 major airlines offering 49 non-stop average daily departures to 15 major cities and 18 airports across the United States.

The north end of the airport is home to a 120,000 square foot FedEx facility. Completed in the late summer of 2001 the facility provides FedEx with the capability to sort up to 3000 packages per hour.