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Individual parking reviews for 130 airports across United States and Canada

Hardy, VA, 2018-Jan-17 — /Travel PR News/ — Airport Parking Helper, a leading authority on discount airport parking in the United States and Canada, recently expanded its online services to an additional 117 airports.

“From Albuquerque to Winnipeg, we now offer individual parking review pages for 130 airports,” said the website’s founder, Jennifer Church. “Each airport review page details a variety of ways flyers can find cheap airport parking options. Some are traditional money-savings methods – like private off-site parking lots – while others are more creative airport parking strategies that perhaps they haven’t thought of before.”

To make it easier for travelers to quickly find their airport, AirportParkingHelper.com also added a powerful search feature.

“Simply type in your city name or airport code in the in the box at the upper right corner of every page and click ‘Go!’ to find the custom parking review for your airport,” Church said. “Once there, you can browse our expert airport parking tips, grab a coupon code and quickly and securely reserve your parking space online.”

Church added that new features have already been a huge hit with visitors to the site.

“We hear repeatedly from flyers in the U.S. and Canada that we’ve made it so much easier for them to find cheaper options for short term and long term airport parking,” she said. “Now, with a more robust site, we can help an even larger number of them save money and time by pre-booking a guaranteed spot, something most on-site economy airport parking lots don’t allow.”

While the expansion benefits travelers in small and mid-size markets who previously had difficulty finding a comprehensive resource for airport parking options, those in larger cities will also find the site’s added functionality helpful.

“With on-site airport parking costs continuing to skyrocket at major metro airports like New York’s JFK, Chicago’s O’Hare and SFO, it’s more important than ever for travelers to book airport parking in advance if they don’t want to be stuck with a hefty bill,” Church said. “It also helps reduce travel day stress when you know you’ve got a guaranteed parking spot and a quick, free shuttle ride straight to your terminal.”

For more information, visit https://airportparkinghelper.com.

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Spain-Holiday.com: Top 5 cheapest city break destinations in Spain


Malaga, Spain, Nov-3-2017 — /EuropaWire/ — With the clocks going back last weekend and the winter nights closing in, the impulse to book a last-minute flight to somewhere sunny is very tempting.

However, a cheap flight does not necessarily mean a cheap and cheerful weekend away.

Which city destination offers the best value depends to a large extent on how much you spend when you get there. The City Break Cost Index published by the Spain-Holiday.com reveals how typical costs for travellers varies greatly from city to city in Spain this autumn/winter. It examines everything from the price of airport transfer by taxi, bus, train and *Uber*, eating out, accommodation and things to do.

Where to go to escape the winter blues on a budget?

As you might expect, the report reveals that the most expensive cities are also the most popular cities – Barcelona, Madrid and Palma – but you may be surprised which cities offer the best value.


The Andalusian city of Jerez, famous for its sherry and dancing Andalusian horses, is the cheapest city to visit for a weekend break.

Andalusia is the top region to visit for a short break, with four cities – Jerez, Seville, Granada and Malaga – in the top 5 cheapest city break destinations. With new flight routes from the UK to Seville and Granada this winter, you can catch a flight and, within 3 hours, be enjoying tapas in a Spanish “plaza” in the November sunshine.

Comparing the price of visiting the top 10 attractions in each city, Barcelona is the most expensive city, costing £117 per person to visit attractions such as Sagrada Familia, Casa Battlo, Camp Nou Experience and Las Ramblas (which is thankfully free). In comparison, you would get change from £30 to visit the top 10 attractions in the cities of Alicante, Bilbao, Malaga and Seville.

After booking flights, travellers spend an average of £596 on a city break in Spain. Accommodation, eating out and visiting tourist attractions are what visitors are most likely to spend their budget on. The biggest cost tends to be accommodation, with travellers spending an average of £241 for a 2-night stay.

While hotels remain one of the top accommodation choices, staying in a city centre apartment not only offers flexibility but huge savings too.

For example, a rental apartment for two people in Malaga costs up to £156 less than a double room in a hotel. And for under £200, a couple can find quality rental accommodation for 2-nights in the heart of Jerez, Malaga, Alicante and Valencia.

Jannich Petersen, COO of Spain-Holiday.com commented:

“City breaks are almost as popular as sun and beach holidays to Spain and now represent 26% of all holidays.”

“The top 10 Spanish cities differ greatly in their appeal and there is something for everyone, whether they are culture vultures, shopaholics, foodies or those looking for a vibrant nightlife.

The City Break Cost Index aims to provide clarity for travellers to plan and budget for a memorable weekend winter break in Spain that doesn’t break the bank”.

SOURCE: EuropaWire

Cheap Car Hire in Palma with Latest Carrentals.co.uk Deals for Mallorca Breaks

Carrentals.co.uk, the leading car hire comparator, is helping Brits escape the British winter for some sun in Mallorca thanks to new money-saving deals on hire cars. The site is home to offers for Palma Airport car hire which can help Brits get more for their money.

With cheap flights enabling people to head for the beaches of the famous Mallorcan destination of Palma, the Carrentals.co.uk site is offering the cheapest car hire Palma Airport deals around to make a winter holiday more affordable.

The British travelling public know that they can rely on the award-winning Carrentals.co.uk service to get them bargain rental deals and thanks to cheap air fares to Mallorca and other popular Balearic island destinations, logging on to Carrentals.co.uk is the way to get the best value car hire Palma Airport has to offer.

Gareth Robinson, Managing Director of Carrentals.co.uk, comments, “With many Brits seeking to get away from the harsh winter currently in force in the UK, a bit of sun in popular places like Palma de Mallorca is just the ticket. To save on car hire deals our website is the perfect place to go to compare the web’s best value deals.”

The Carrentals.co.uk service compares car hire deals from up to 50 rental companies, including Alamo, Auto Europe, Budget, Holiday Autos and Sixt, in over 9,000 locations worldwide. To compare the latest car hire deals visit www.carrentals.co.uk.

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Autumn Malaga Visits with Cheap Car Hire Thanks to Travel Comparison Site Asap.co.uk

People making for some Spanish sunshine late in the season can now enjoy saving money on car hire thanks to specialist travel portal Asap.co.uk. The website is home to numerous Malaga Airport car hire deals which help people to stretch their budgets that bit further.

People know that they can trust Malaga for good weather in the autumn and as such head there in large numbers. The Asap.co.uk website can help tourists to stretch their holiday budgets thanks to offering a huge range of car rental Malaga deals which offer great value.

Available on the website are more deals than just savings on car hire however, with people able to log on to the website to find cheap flight deals from Air France, British Airways, KLM, easyJet, RyanAir and more. This means that people can always have access to the best range of hire cars Malaga available.

Tim Burnham, spokesperson for Asap.co.uk, says, “Our latest car hire deals are perfect for helping people to save money on car hire in Malaga. Saving on a holiday is always welcome and our site can help people to find real value this autumn.”

Asap.co.uk is a member of the ASAP Ventures Ltd group of websites which includes award-winning car hire price comparison site Carrentals.co.uk. Further to offering the best cheap car hire Malaga has on offer, the site is also home to useful free to download destination information guides.

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Late Summer Sunshine with Bargain Car Hire from Carrentals.co.uk

As Brits in their thousands seek to head away to sunshine in Spain late in the season, award-winning car hire site Carrentals.co.uk has announced that is has available a huge range of bargain car hire in Alicante deals to help people save money on their trips.

Anyone Brit tourists making for the Spanish Sunshine can log on to Carrentals.co.uk and find the best deals around to help them save on their car hire requirements. Brits are taking advantage of bargain flights available on the web to get away to the sun, and Carrentals.co.uk has some outstanding cheap deals for Alicante car hire available on its site.

The site currently offers outstanding deals plus also a range of information guides to facilities available in Alicante, something ideal for the traveller who wants to know about airport information and more. The website offers guides like this on top of cheap car hire Alicante deals to help people enjoy the experience of booking cheap car hire even more.

Gareth Robinson, Managing Director of Carrentals.co.uk, comments, “Many Brits are looking to get away to the sunshine now that there is a new school year in place and the resorts on the continent are a lot quieter than during the summer. Our new deals for bargain rentals are a great way of helping people to stretch their holiday budgets that bit further.”

Carrentals.co.uk compares car hire deals from up to 50 rental companies, including Alamo, Auto Europe, Budget, Holiday Autos and Sixt, in over 9,000 locations worldwide. To compare the latest car hire deals visit www.carrentals.co.uk.

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Flights Site Fly.co.uk Re-launches Enhanced, Re-designed Site

Dedicated flight price comparison website Fly.co.uk has this week re-designed and re-launched its website to give users an enhanced service featuring better search capabilities and more user-friendliness when they are looking to find flights all around the world.

The site is a member of the ASAP Ventures network which helps people to save money on all their travel needs, and now people can enjoy a simpler user interface and faster search engine. This means that they can now save both money and time when booking cheap flights online.

So no matter where in the world people are planning on heading for, the re-designed Fly.co.uk site is now able to help them book the perfect flights in no time. All users need to do is enter dates of travel plus departure and arrival airports to be shown a range of the very best flight deals on offer from suppliers like TUI, Cathay Pacific, Opodo, British Airways, eBookers, flythomascook.com, Lufthansa and KLM.

The website offers flights to destinations all around the world, so no matter whether or not people are flying for holidays or work, they can get value. If travelling to Italy for example users can find value flights from Alitalia UK on the website.

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WorldParking.co.uk Becomes the Latest Acquisition from ASAP Ventures

ASAP Ventures are the leading Internet commerce gurus and this week the company announced the latest addition to the team in the form of a car parking website. WorldParking.co.uk is the latest addition to the ASAP Ventures stable, which already consists of many various travel-related websites.

WorldParking.co.uk Becomes the Latest Acquisition from ASAP Ventures

One of its most successful claims to fame is the car hire price comparison website, Carrentals.co.uk, and with airport parking information now also readily available it looks like ASAP Ventures have covered all areas of online travel-related services.

The newest addition offers more than just basic parking information with extra services such as airport lounge information and travel insurance advice. London City Airport parking is well used feature on WorldParking.co.uk as well as a whole range of other major and smaller airports.

Whatever type of airport parking information you are after WorldParking.co.uk will have it! Find information out about Belfast Airport parking or get hold of the rates for parking at Manchester Airport and what’s more, the website is user friendly and as simple to use as all of ASAP’s other websites. All users have to do is enter the name of the airport as well as their travel dates and then a list of quotes will be brought up on screen.

Speaking on behalf of WorldParking.co.uk and ASAP Ventures, Beatrice Moreland said the following: “Helping UK travellers to access a whole range of travel information is out main objective and thanks to our new acquisition in WorldParking.co.uk; our portfolio of useful websites just continues to grow and grow.”

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Following The Successful Launch Of Emirates Terminal 3 At Dubai International, Emirates Has Announced The Launch Of Phase 2

With the first phase of flight operations from Emirates Terminal 3 at Dubai International proceeding smoothly as planned, Emirates has announced the launch of its the next phase from the new terminal.

After launching flights to countries on its GCC and Americas network in the first phase from the new terminal, the second phase sees Emirates launching flights to the rest of the Middle East and Africa, increasing operations to 99 flights every day, 37 per cent of all the airline’s flights. All flight numbers in the 200, 700, 800, 900 series and any extra flights on these routes will now depart and arrive at Emirates Terminal 3 at Dubai International.

The first Emirates flights in phase two are to Amman and Damascus while the first flight to arrive at Emirates Terminal 3 will be coming in from Damascus.

In the first five days of operations, Emirates Terminal 3 handled 86 flight departures, 87 arrivals and a total of 36,000 passengers. More than 47,300 pieces of luggage have been handled by the baggage system, which is the largest and deepest of underground systems in the world.

More than 4,000 customers have enjoyed the facilities at the Emirates First Class and Business Class Dubai Airport Lounges, while the Marhaba Lounge welcomed in excess of 250 passengers.

Dubai Duty Free, which operates 8,000 square metres of retail space in the new terminal, has reported healthy opening days’ sales, with perfumes and gold being amongst the favourite items for shoppers arriving to and departing from Emirates Terminal 3.

Commenting on the first week of operations from Emirates Terminal 3, Tim Clark, President Emirates Airline said: “Emirates maintained schedule integrity, the baggage systems proved robust, passenger services were exemplary and we have received excellent feedback from our passengers. We could not have asked for a better opening week and we hope to move our entire operations to Emirates Terminal 3 by December this year.”

Both Emirates and Dubai International Airport have committed dedicated teams to assist both passengers and staff at the new terminal. Around 100 Dubai Airports staff sporting large ‘May I Help You?’ badges are on hand, ready to help passengers as they enjoy the facilities and embark on their journeys.

Passengers who arrived at the wrong terminal for their flights were quickly and conveniently transferred by Dubai Airports’ shuttle buses to the right one.

Paul Griffiths, CEO of Dubai Airports, expressed satisfaction with the way the opening phase of transition of operations to the new facility was handled. “In short, the opening went as planned and we are happy with the results. But we won’t rest on our laurels; we are acutely aware of our objectives for the remaining three phases, as well as the greater goal of meeting and eventually exceeding the expectations of all Dubai Airports’ customers.”

Flights to Europe will take-off in the third phase, escalating operations to 168 daily flights or 60 per cent of all Emirates‘ services. The fourth and final phase will include flights to the Indian Subcontinent, East Asia and Australasia, taking the total operations to 269 flights every day.

About the Emirates Group:
Emirates, the Dubai airline, is one of the world’s most successful and rapidly-expanding airlines. Emirates is currently the only airline to operate non-stop flights to six continents from one hub.

Emirates now flies to 32 online destinations from Emirates Terminal 3.

GCC/Middle East: Amman, Bahrain, Beirut, Damascus, Dhahran, Doha, Jeddah, Kuwait, Muscat, Riyadh, Sana’a and Tehran.

Africa: Abidjan, Accra, Addis Ababa, Cairo, Cape Town, Casablanca, Dar es Salaam, Entebbe, Johannesburg, Khartoum, Lagos, Mauritius, Nairobi, Seychelles, Tripoli and Tunisia.

Americas: New York, Houston, Sao Paulo and Toronto. Emirates will launch services to Los Angeles from 26th October and San Francisco from 15th December.

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