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Because of the shuttle service provided, these parking facilities are referred to as “shuttle lots” or “remote lots” at some airports. Economy/long-duration parking customers, particularly non-business customers, often travel over weekends, unlike 21 business customers who rarely park during weekends. As a result, the peak demand in an economy/long-duration facility typically occurs on weekends (or holidays), compared to the midweek peaks often observed at other airport parking facilities. At many airports, the peak demand for economy parking occurs during low-demand periods for daily parking.
3. Determine how checked baggage will be screened and transferred to the outbound baggage handling system. Marketing and promotion of the service are the responsibility of the airline(s). Other implementation actions, similar to those required to implement traditional valet parking, include selecting (a) the curbside area where customers would drop off and pick up their vehicles (which will need to be adjacent to the airline window or counter), (b) a secure site for long-term vehicle storage, and (c) a third-party contractor to operate the valet service and serve as a representative of the airline and the airport enterprise.
The building space to be leased by the airline should allow for the secure movement of baggage from the curbside window or counter position to the baggage handling or screening area. At Munich Airport, the valet curbside is adjacent to the end of the ticket counter, allowing for baggage to be inserted into the baggage system behind the counters. 3 Valet Parking—Non-Curbside Drop-Off/Pickup Implementation Costs Improve customer service by providing customers, willing to pay higher fees, with attendant parking (and retrieval) of their vehicles, which they drop off (and pick up) at or near the parking facility entrance.