ParkCloud Brings Sata Azores Airlines Partnership Into Land

first_imgOne of Portugal’s leading airlines, Sata Azores Airlines, is the latest international carrier to choose ParkCloud to market its parking services online for its global network of passengers. As the European leader in its field with in excess of 22 airline collaborations, ParkCloud is well situated in the market to support Sata Azores Airlines’ ancillary product expansion, with its extensive car park inventory currently spanning 42 countries worldwide. Affiliated exclusively via newly developed co-branded site https://sataazores.parkcloud.com, airline passengers will be able to browse and book a range of parking products to complement their flight booking at 295 car parks in 41 locations across Europe, Canada and the US. Customers will also be able to compare individual car park features, prices and consumer reviews via the platform’s intuitive search engine capabilities. In addition to the expertise ParkCloud employs to boost the visibility of its partners’ parking offers, the reservation specialist also provides customer service support, enabling fluidity at every stage for a growing network of customers looking for simple yet reliable online booking services. ParkCloud’s Brand Partnership Manager, Nicola Pilling, said: “With intelligent travel solutions advancing all the time, collaborations such as our recent agreement with Sata Azores Airlines demonstrate how likeminded companies are planning for flexibility in terms of the availability and reach of desired services. “Helping to bring the itineraries of passengers full-circle dovetails perfectly with ParkCloud’s ongoing commitment to streamlining the parking process in order to create a more personalised approach to the overall travel experience.” Centrally situated from headquarters in São Sebastião, Ponta Delgada, Sata Azores Airlines also operates nine domestic routes throughout the Azores, as well as flying internationally. To find out more about ParkCloud, please visit www.parkcloud.com.  About  ParkCloud ParkCloud, simply put, lets drivers book a parking space in advance, in the same way as it’s possible to do with hotel rooms, restaurant tables…and even a coffee these days. When travelling, parking is usually the last thing on anybody’s mind, but research shows that as much as 20 minutes is wasted when searching for a parking space. ParkCloud aims to solve that problem by letting customers make a parking booking, whether they are getting on a plane, taking a cruise, catching a train, or visiting a city or event. ParkCloud was founded in 2008 as an online parking reservation service and within the 10 years we’ve been operating our success and growth has been rapid. Today we are an award-winning, global provider, working with car park operators across 42 countries to include them on our comparison search engine, which aims to give consumers the most user friendly, efficient service possible when they need it most. This bookable parking network is also made available to travel industry partners to help complete the itineraries of passengers worldwide. Winner of Queen’s Award for International Tradehttp://www.parkcloud.com About SATA Azores AirlinesWith more than seventy-five years of experience, SATA Group has a modern and functional structure, adjusted to the challenges of an extremely demanding and competitive sector. Its fleet is divided between its two airlines. SATA Air Açores flies 37-seat Bombardier Q200 and 80-seat Bombardier Q400 NextGen aircraft, while Azores Airlines flies 165-seat A320-200, 186-seat A321neo aircraft, operating flights to mainland Portugal and islands, Europe, the United States, and Canada.SATA Group’s five companies are involved in air transport, tourism promotion, airfield management, and ground-handling services for all airlines landing on the Azorean soil. The company’s growth strategy that contains the mission of taking the Azores to the World and the World to the Azores endures.last_img read more

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Rainy spell brings respite for city dwellers to continue for next 48

first_imgKolkata: Rain lashed various parts of South Bengal including the city on Sunday afternoon, giving respite to the people from the rising discomfort level in the past few days.Sunday’s rain not only brought relief for the people from the sweltering heat and high level of humidity, but also brought down the mercury by a few notches. The discomfort level in the city and other South Bengal districts was on the rise with the humidity shooting up for the past few weeks. The city dwellers were also facing a tremendous heat spell. The fishermen in the coastal districts have already been asked not to voyage into the sea in the next 72 hours, as strong winds would be blowing through the region. Also Read – Centuries-old Durga Pujas continue to be hit among revellersIt may be mentioned here that the Regional Meteorological Centre in Alipore on Saturday predicted heavy rainfall in all the coastal districts due to a low pressure trough formed over Bay of Bengal. As predicted, the coastal districts received heavy rainfall on Sunday, as the low pressure trough gained some strength. According to the weather office prediction, all the South Bengal districts will receive light to moderate rainfall for the next two days due to the impact of the low pressure trough. A strong breeze may be sweeping through different parts of South Bengal along with rain. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaSaturday’s rainfall brought temporary relief from the heat, but the city dwellers felt the sultry weather from Sunday morning again as the temperature rose. Another short spell later in the day, however, provided people some respite. “A low pressure trough formed over Bay of Bengal will further intensify, thereby contributing to more rainfall in all the South Bengal districts in the next two days. The coastal districts will receive heavy rainfall,” a senior weather official said. The districts like North 24-Parganas, South 24-Parganas, Howrah, Hooghly, Jhargram and West Midnapore may receive rainfall coupled with lightning, while North Bengal districts will receive light to moderate rainfall in the next 48 hours.last_img read more

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