My husband has to fly from time to time for business and usually he has to leave early… and because he doesn’t want to have to cause a big hassle with us (my son and I) having to get up before the crack of dawn to drive him to the airport, he drives himself. He’s sweet like that.
We were talking about his recent flight and I was telling him about The Parking Spot. We checked and sadly our closest Airport, McGhee Tyson in Knoxville, doesn’t have airport parking.
However, Nashville’s BNA airport and Atlanta’s Hartsfield Airport (has three) do, though.
The Parking Spot makes near-airport parking more pleasant with amenities like:
- Friendly shuttles every 5-7 minutes
- Covered, open-air and valet parking available (select locations)
- Always open
- Fast and easy check-in & check-out
- Well lit, fully-fenced
- Luggage assistance available
- Complimentary chilled water
- Complimentary USA Today until 9am, Monday-Friday
- Airport parking reservations available
- Car care services, including car washes and oil changes available in some markets
As a woman, these services would really be helpful when flying alone. I love that you can get luggage assistance and that it is well-lit and fully fenced… giving you a sense of security.
And I bet the guys (and many gals) would love coming home to a clean car. Right?
It’s easy to see how The Parking Spot can lessen the stress of flying. Although Knoxville’s McGhee-Tyson doesn’t have The Parking Spot, it is a National chain with 34 facilities at over 22 airports. Check and see if there’s one near you before you go on your next vacation and make your airport parking reservations.
Follow @TheParkingSpot on Twitter and like The Parking Spot on Facebook. If you give them a shout out, I’m sure you’ll get a reply… they’re friendly like that. Not to mention you can keep up with all the latest at The Parking Spot.
Donna is a Professional Blogger, Brand Ambassador, Social Media Consultant, Freelancer, wife, and proud mom. Blog by Donna encompasses all that… she writes about family life and being a woman while weaving in articles about the brands and products she and her family love.