Airport parking retailer ParkVia has renewed its contract with Latvia’s flag carrier airBaltic for the third consecutive year.
Since the partnership started in 2014, ParkVia has worked with the airline to offer travellers a pre-booking parking option at 80 European airports through its website.
In addition to before and post-booking offers, ParkVia says customers can compare individual car park features, prices and consumer review through its metasearch.
A leading carrier in the Baltics, airBaltic offers short-haul flights across 36 countries from Riga, Tallinn and Vilnius.
Jolanta Rema at airBaltic, vice president of e-commerce and commercial distribution at airBaltic, said: “2019 was a record year for our airline, with passenger numbers hitting the five million mark and new routes added to our already extensive flight network.”
“In order to continue this impressive pattern of growth, we rely on the expertise of our partners to strengthen our overall offering for our customer base.”
Rema added: “Our collaboration with ParkVia has evolved profitably for both parties over the three previous contract terms and we anticipate an equally successful fourth term as we enter 2020 as the region’s largest carrier.”
AirBaltic plans to launch 14 new routes within the Baltics this year, including four direct destinations from Tallinn, Estonia, and five destinations from Vilnius, Lithuania.