Putting the Trust Back

The airport parking industry is plagued with mistrust, cowboy operators and endless negative media reports. I Love Airport Parking has been launched to provide UK travellers with a choice of the very best airport parking options from companies that can be trusted. The car park operators we have selected, are well established, reputable airport parking companies who provi…

By Sarah Anglim at 2 Dec 2016

Building our new website

With our vision to create an airport parking consolidator who cares defined, we now face the huge challenge of creating a website which could promote and provide that vision to the travelling public.

We had started to work with the operators whose products and philosophy matched the ethos of vision, negotiating to obtain best prices …

By Sarah Anglim at 18 Mar 2016

Parking is our passion

I first started my airport parking operation at Gatwick in 1984 and since then I have continued to be involved in the airport parking industry. The cars and airports have all undergone massive changes, but the values of customer service such as politeness, punctuality and professionalism are just as important today as they were back then.

By Sarah Anglim at 8 Mar 2016

How to travel on your own

Travelling on your own can be both daunting and scary but going on holiday alone can be rewarding and exciting; an opportunity to make new friends and have an amazing adventure. The number of people choosing to go on holiday by themselves has risen in the last few years. So whatever your reason for travelling on your own is; whether to find…

By Stephen Forster at 1 Mar 2016

Apps for people on the go

It is hard to believe that the smartphone ‘app’ has only been around since 2008 and with the popularity of mobile apps continuing to rise and the dizzy array of apps available we, at I Love airport parking thought we would take a look at a selection of travel apps. Our customers are constantly telling us of the many apps they have found us…

By Sarah Anglim at 28 Feb 2016

The travel items we forget

Did you know that 41% of travellers forget something when they go on holiday? Depending on what items are left behind, they can have a trivial or large impact on the time that you’re away. According to www.holidaysplease.co.uk, Brits spend an estimated 118 million pounds a year on holiday necessities that they forget to take …

By Stephen Forster at 18 Feb 2016

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