Toronto Pearson International Airport
Online parking reservation provider, ParkCloud, has broken into Canada, making the nation the 42nd country available to customers booking through its global network.
ParkCloud is now able to offer its online parking reservation services to customers travelling from Canada’s largest airport - Toronto Pearson International Airport.
Passengers parking up at the airport’s self-park covered garages at both terminal 1 and 3 will now be able to reserve their parking space before they travel, with 24-hour access and electric vehicle charging capabilities available.
Additionally, customers choosing the value park garage will also benefit from ParkCloud’s pre-bookable service, which boasts fast, free terminal link train transfers to terminal 1 and 3 and is a favoured option for travellers parking for an extended period.
ParkCloud’s partnership to offer its parking reservation services to the airport’s 44 million annual passengers has been agreed via U.S airport parking company, Park ’N Fly.
Mark Pegler, managing director at ParkCloud, said: “The scope to develop our network across Canada is really considerable and it’s an exciting time to be breaking into this market.
“We’re very much looking forward to the challenge of growing from such a strong start point as Toronto Pearson International Airport and bringing the convenience ParkCloud’s services can offer to more people travelling from Canada.”