Paityn's Park and Fly provides a secure car park with a free meet and greet service included for passengers flying from King Shaka International Airport, available from 4:30 am to midnight.
HOW DOES THE MEET & GREET SERVICE WORK? You must call the driver approximately 20 minutes before arriving at the airport on the phone number provided in the booking voucher to inform the driver of your arrival or of any delays. This is required since the driver will expect to pick up your vehicle at the time specified at the DROP OFF ZONE 1. The valet will park your car in their secure car park.
On your return, once you have retrieved your luggage, please contact the number provided in your booking voucher and confirm your arrival. The driver will return your car at the airport.
Rated 4,4 based on 443 reviews
The lady on the office number is so unfriendly. I didn't like dealing with her at all!
The service is affordable and excellent. High level of professionalism from all staff involved
No car wash done
Makes traveling to and from airport a pleasure.
Have used previously and still a painless simple process. Thanks, will continue to use you guys
I paid R70 for my car to be washed but by the looks of things it was never cleaned or if it was cleaned it was not done properly.
Very hard to get hold of if making amendments. Had to call so many times to be able to organise changes and collections.
Very convenient service
Rude attendants, trying to get extra money from me. Manager is non responsive when contacted!
Our meet and greet driver was punctual. Definitely highly recommend their service
I think it would be a good idea to communicate with your client the day (24hrs) before pickup. I was unsure and ended up phoning the number at 4am. Shame, I really did not want to wake our driver up but I think I did. And I phoned him purely because I suddenly felt really unsure if I even did the right thing by giving my car to a stranger.. ") and I think they should wear a uniform. That would just make them appear a bit more professional. Kind regards Yolandi