PARK FREE When You Fly from Oakland to Europe
Traveling from OAK to Europe now comes with 5 Days of Free Parking – a $120 value
Oakland, CA – (May 11, 2017): Oakland International Airport (OAK) is offering travelers flying non-stop to any of its European destinations up to five days of free parking, beginning May 29 and lasting through August 15, 2017.
The Fly Europe Park Free campaign offers travelers departing OAK for Europe up to five (5) days of free parking in OAK’s Daily Lot – a $120 value.
Qualifying customers must fly round trip on at least one of these non-stop flights:
|Azores Airlines||British Airways||Level Airlines||Norwegian|
Travelers on these flights who continue to other destinations in Europe are also eligible to Park Free.
“Oakland International continues to grow with the addition of convenient new routes, exciting new destinations, and upgrades to our facilities. To show gratitude to our loyal Bay Area customers, we are pleased to offer free parking to those flying non-stop from OAK to Europe,” said Port of Oakland Director of Aviation, Bryant L. Francis.
Enrollment is an easy three-step process:
- Visit www.OaklandAirport.com/ParkFree to register, download, and print a coupon.
- Enter the Airport’s Daily Lot on date of departure and take a ticket.
- Present the coupon, parking ticket, and printed airline itinerary (as proof of purchase of an eligible flight) to the cashier.
Norwegian Premium Class, British Airways Club World Business Class, and travelers with One World Elite status may use the Airport’s award-winning Escape Lounge free of charge. All other customers may access the lounge by paying a fee.
For more information about OAK and its parking options and promotions, visit www.oaklandairport.com.
About Oakland International Airport
Oakland International is the fourth busiest airport in California and second busiest in the San Francisco Bay Area. Serving over 12 million travelers annually, OAK is the closest airport to the region’s top business and tourism venues. It is also the closest airport for most local residents.
Oakland’s air service roster to over 60 destinations is scheduled on 13 different airline brands – seven of which operate with OAK as their sole gateway into the San Francisco Bay region.
The vision of Oakland International Airport is to offer customers a world-class experience and be the airport of choice for Bay Area residents and visitors alike. OAK is operated by the Port of Oakland, which also oversees the Oakland seaport and 20 miles of waterfront. Together with its business partners, the Port supports more than 73,000 jobs in the region and nearly 827,000 jobs across the United States.
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Keonnis R. Taylor