Short-Term Vs Long-Term ParkingMarch 15, 2015
When it comes to airport parking, most people will need either a short term or a long term parking solution. They can dramatically differ in price options, and as a general rule even though long-term parking will of course cost more, after a certain point the daily rate will drop dramatically so it averages out at a cheaper price per day. Airpark Canterbury offers these cheaper rates, so it’s a good idea to work out how much you’ll need to pay before you leave, especially in instances of long-term parking.
Short-Term Airport Parking
Short term airport parking is perfect if you’re just going away for a weekend – generally anywhere between 1-3 nights counts as short term parking. Of course some trips only last a day, and in these cases you can also park for a single day. Short-term parking is a great solution, as often if you’re just going away for a weekend or so you don’t really want to be bogged down with planning and additional transport delays on either side of your trip. With short term airport parking you can simply drive there on the day and have Airpark Canterbury take care of the rest. Airpark Canterbury offers short term parking at $19 per night, and this applies for the first 1-3 nights.
Long-Term Airport Parking
If you’re heading away for a longer period of time, you’ll need long-term airport parking. Long-term airport parking is where prices can drop dramatically, and at Airpark Canterbury any nights beyond the first 3 will only cost $7 per night. Long-term airport parking is great for reducing the stress that comes with planning and organising a big trip – one thing you don’t need to worry about is getting to and from the airport. The longer you use airport parking, the cheaper your average nightly rate will be.
If you’re still confused about whether you need short term or long term parking, or aren’t sure how much it will add up to, the Airpark Canterbury rates page will help you make sense of the cost system.