A reliable parking product
Your business trip starts when you park your car at the airport. Of course, you prefer to do this in a place where the car can remain safely unattended for a certain period of time. There has been a lot of talk lately about shady parking companies at Dutch airports. At both Schiphol Airport and Rotterdam The Hague Airport, business travellers are regularly confronted with issues with parking companies. Cars turn out to be damaged on their return, they may have been parked in residential areas causing nuisance to residents, or they suddenly have a completely different mileage. These are things you do not want when you return from your business trip.
Corporate parking products
At VCK Travel we advise you to always park at the official parking sites recommended by the airport. For example, Schiphol offers various corporate parking products that are highly suitable for business travellers. These include Schiphol Valet Parking P6, an exclusive parking service if you need to park your car for three days or more, Long-term Parking at P3, and Basic Parking at P4 from April to October. With a Privium Plus membership, you can even park in an exclusive parking garage and in a special section at the front in P1. Eindhoven Airport and Rotterdam The Hague Airport have similar parking products that meet the wishes of all business travellers.
Online reservation environment
Online environments are available to reserve a parking space. If you make a reservation online in advance, you will get the best place and you will also save costs thanks to the more competitive rates.
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