Canopy Airport Parking Meets Expanded Denver International Airport Holiday Parking Demand
Record traffic expected at DIA; Canopy Airport Parking provides 4,200 new parking spaces for the holiday rush.
Denver, CO (PRWEB) December 23, 2010
Canopy Airport Parking’s 4,200 additional new parking spaces will help meet demand for parking at DIA as the airport braces for its’ busiest holiday season ever. Airport officials expect over 1.1 million travelers to pass through Denver International Airport during the 2010 Christmas Week, and the on-site Pikes Peak and East Economy parking lots had already filled by December 22, 2010.
“With the busiest Christmas ever underway, Canopy Airport Parking is a welcome and necessary addition to DIA parking options” Karl Kelman, Canopy’s marketing manager explained. “With over 4,200 new spaces, Canopy will have availability and free online reservations when other parking facilities fill. At Canopy, guests have an assured parking space, and can travel with complete confidence.”
“Canopy offers Indoor Valet, Covered Self-Park, and Open Air parking,” Kelman stated. “Indoor Valet is entirely new type of parking option for Denver International Airport. With a variety of discount programs available, we offer an array of parking options including the most economical covered parking at DIA ““ Frontier fliers can park covered at discounted open parking rates as an introductory offer.”
Canopy Airport Parking, located at 8100 Tower Road, entered into a promotional partnership with Frontier Airlines shortly before opening in the fall of 2010. Canopy offers Frontier Airlines travelers 100 Frontier EarlyReturns® bonus miles with every parking visit, a 25% discount on parking rates, and a free upgrade to the next class of parking.
Canopy Airport Parking operations began on November 24, 2010. The environmentally-focused parking facility operates Biodiesel, CNG and hybrid buses. Canopy’s multiple green features include on-site solar, wind, and geothermal energy generation. An Architectural Energy Corporation study concluded that Canopy’s green features cut total energy consumption by roughly 70%.
About Canopy Airport Parking
Canopy Airport Parking was created by Greenscape Capital and Propark America as a cooperative project. Propark America operates 403 parking facilities nationally, offering custom parking management. Greenscape and Propark collaborated to develop Canopy Airport Parking as a prototype for environmental and efficient practices in the parking industry. Canopy Airport Parking will achieve LEED-certified Gold status and will become a Green Parking Council Demonstrator Site.
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