At Cape Town airport parking is made easy with ParkVia. Here you can find valet parking for Cape Town, which is bookable online. At Cape Town airport parking valet, simply drop your car off at the terminal, where a driver from the chosen car park will meet you and drive your car to a secure car park, where it will be parked for the duration of your stay. Upon your return, the car park will be tracking your flight, so they know when you arrive back at the airport. Give them a call once you have collected your luggage and they will have your car ready for you to collect.
Booking online is quick and easy. To receive great service at an attractive price book parking with ParkVia now. Cape Town airport parking doesn't get any easier!
Rated 4,81 based on 2187 reviews
Easy to use and very convenient!
The guys was great. Especially on my return. I called as soon as I landed. Lol they ended up waiting for me. Henry was great. I would recommend them. Took real good of my car
Perfect service as always
Professional and extremely friendly service. Made our trip so much easier and stress free.
No thank you
Found a chip on my windscreen.
Wonderful service....thank you
Thank you for making my trip to Jhb 100% easier and stress free!
I had an issue with the drop- off.The email had GPS co-ordinates and also advised that it should be at Parkade One.Not being from Cape Town,I assumed that the co-ordinates where for the drop off point and not your offices.Nevertheless I got to the office,advised the woman at reception and she was argumentative and had a bit of a rude tone in her voice saying that I didnt read the email.I stated that the email was read but it does not state that the GPS co-ordinates are for the offices and not for the drop-off location.She kept insisting that I had not read the email.Other than the unpleasant exchange with the receptionist,it was quite a pleasant experience.
The service was impeccable, reliable and convenient. I would highly recommend.
Great service thank you
Communication on a different collecting driver would have been very useful.
We struggled find the entrance and exit to the
Cape Town airport opened in 1954, making it one of the oldest airports South Africa. It is the largest and most important on the West Cape.
Cape Town Airport is the second busiest airport in South Africa and one of the busiest on the continent. The airport has more than 8 million passengers, flying both within South Africa and internationally.