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Park ‘N Fly at Concur Fusion 2017

Concur Fusion

Congrats to Concur for another terrific show!  Fusion ‘17 was a great success for Park ‘N Fly as we were able to demonstrate the advantages of our parking network to attendees. Park ‘N Fly has been a Concur “direct connect” partner for over 10 years.  Once parking is activated, then travelers may book directly in the…

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Park ‘N Fly Looks Back on 50 Years of Airport Parking in the USA

Airport parking has seen a tremendous amount of exciting changes over the years. With all of the upgrades and enhancements, airport parking has gone from hassle to heaven. As technology continues to evolve, airport parking has had to keep up with the ever-changing landscape. In the last 50 years, the travel industry has expanded significantly…

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6 Tips for Smooth Sailing Planning Your Family Cruise

So you want to go on a cruise, but you have children. Some people automatically think it can’t be done or the stress will outweigh the benefits. But cruises can be a great vacation option for families. You just have to do your research and plan ahead. Cruises can actually be even more fun with…

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Why Airport Parking is About More Than Just Parking

Traveling can be stressful, especially if flying is your most frequent mode of transportation. There are so many details to figure out and a short amount of time to do it all. When it comes to getting to the airport, you want the convenience of your own car. Traveling can be full of public transportation…

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The Busiest Airports in the USA

When is the last time you stopped to consider the incredible feat of engineering, organization, and talent that makes up a modern American airport? Our airports started as strips of flattened land and have evolved into bustling metropolises, complete with shops, restaurants, lounges, security, sanitation, special events, museums, and cultural exhibits. But the comparison doesn’t…

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Atlanta – The Capital of the South

Atlanta is one of those cities that deserves to be given more credit than it usually gets. As a resident of 16 years maybe I am biased, however, when I graduated college I pulled the typical, “I refuse to move back home.” It wasn’t until I moved downtown that I realized I knew very little…

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How to Entertain a Toddler on a Plane

“When I have a child, they won’t watch movies or have a tablet.” “That poor child – his parents have him on a backpack leash!” “Someone should really comfort that baby, and I bet she’d stop crying.” All of these notions went through my mind before I had my first child. Once she arrived those…

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Park ‘N Fly, The Pioneer

The 1960s were the golden days of air travel. It was an era where travel was an upper-middle-class glamorized experience. Pan Am was at its peak. Women were traveling the world as stewardesses. And in the city of St. Louis, Martin Bloom and Theodore Desloge were putting the same glamorized concept to work in the…

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