Sydney Airport's Park & Fly to raise parking prices

By David Flynn, May 31 2013

Sydney Airport's private Park & Fly service will raise its rates from June 10th, although the increase won't blow a hole in anybody's budget.

The day rate goes from $30 to $35, with two-day stays up to from $55 to $59.

But the longer you stay the less extra you'll pay: three days will cost $81 instead of $78, four days creeps up from $99 to $101 and a working week will be $121 instead of $119.

All told, it's barely the cost of a cup of coffee – and we'd still rate this as Sydney's best-value airport parking, especially for business travellers.

There's a fleet of shuttle buses standing ready to zip you between the car park and Sydney Airport's domestic and international terminals, while a 'frequent parker program' earns points for every stay, which can then be redeemed against future parking.

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David

David Flynn is the Editor-in-Chief of Executive Traveller and a bit of a travel tragic with a weakness for good coffee, shopping and lychee martinis.


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