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PARKVIA EYES SOUTH AMERICAN EXPANSION AS IT BREAKS INTO 43RD MARKET

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Manchester-based airport parking leader, ParkVia, has continued its impressive international growth rate with the activation of its 43rd market – Argentina.

Bolstering its geographical presence, ParkVia has added three new locations across the world’s largest Spanish-speaking nation, enabling it to initiate further expansion across South America alongside existing markets, Brazil and Peru.

The announcement will enable the reservation provider to offer its 3.5 million registered users the option of pre-booking their parking online at two of Argentina’s key airports situated in the capital of Buenos Aires – further strengthening its airport parking portfolio.

Drivers arriving at the country’s largest international airport – Ezeiza Airport and neighbouring Aeroparque Jorge Newberry will now be able to streamline their travel itineraries with the convenience of pre-booked parking, which in turn will enable operators to manage demand more efficiently, as well as benefit from additional booking streams.

To further diversify its offering for its new market of customers, ParkVia has also added Puerto de Buenos Aires to its growing directory of port parking, providing travellers setting sail on a cruise or ferry transfer to Uruguay, the option to reserve parking port-side.

Gary Pyatt, Sales Director at ParkVia, said:

“Expansion across the Americas has been a keen focus for the team this year, which is why we’re delighted to welcome Argentina on board as our 43rd market.

“Responding to the needs of our customers and travel partners has always been key to our geographical development strategy and we expect to further expand our network in the months ahead. Latin American air travel is expected to double in the next two decades according to Airbus GMF and ParkVia is well placed to benefit from this exciting growth.”

In addition to its popular comparison site, ParkVia’s new operators will also benefit from additional exposure through its collective global airline partnerships, which include British Airways and Ryanair.

 

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Andy Mann
After 34 years working in numerous operational and communications disciplines for three FTSE companies (Yorkshire Electricity; Meggitt and BAE Systems), at over a dozen locations, on 24 November 2016, I became the inaugural editor of Business Manchester. Business Manchester is a good news, Manchester focused, business website and daily newsletter. Over the years, I have written hundreds of press releases, features for trade magazines, copy for websites and brochures, edited in-house magazines and newsletters, as well as presenting a radio programme on Chorley FM. This experience has given me the ideal background for editing Business Manchester.