Hello! You are viewing your 1 free guest article this week


Please log in or join now for free, immediate and unlimited access to our award-winning online content. Find out more...

Join us
Already a member? Log in here

Travel industry news

19 Jul 2017

BY Gary Noakes

Share
TRFBLI

Dozens of cars unreachable at Gatwick after parking firm 'closes down'

A valet parking firm at Gatwick has left passengers unable to retrieve their vehicles after reportedly closing down.

Gatwick Airport Picture.jpg
Sharelines

Police have helped trace around 120 vehicles left at sites in Sussex and Surrey

Police have helped trace around 120 vehicles left at sites in Sussex and Surrey after Gatwick First Parking ceased trading. Around 30 passengers are still to retrieve their cars, while the company’s website has been suspended.

 

A Gatwick airport spokesman said: “Whilst we recognise the distress and inconvenience caused, and sympathise with any of our passengers that have been affected, Gatwick Airport has no relationship with Gatwick First Parking as it is not an officially approved off-airport parking operator.

 

“Any passengers affected by the company’s closure should contact Trading Standards who are investigating the matter.”

 

Gatwick has a list of approved meet and greet brands. They are: ABC Parking Airparks, Just Valet Parking, Airport Parking & Hotels, Cophall Parking, Help Me Park, I Love Meet & Greet, Maple Manor, Purple Parking, Ace Meet & Greet and Tudor Rose.

Add New Comment
Please sign in to comment.
Show me more

Follow Us



Twitter
LinkedIn
Facebook
Instagram
YouTube
Soundcloud
TTG Media Limited.
Place of registration: England and Wales.
Company number 08723341.
Registered address: New Bridge Street House, 30-34 New Bridge Street, London EC4V 6BJ
Scroll To Top