Southampton Airport celebrates the start of the great summer getaway
Southampton Airport is celebrating its busiest time of the year with special deals and advice guides to ensure passengers have a sensational summer
With the great summer getaway underway, the airport has dropped the pricing in its short stay car park by 50 per cent for a limited time for holiday jetsetters. To take advantage of the offer, visit: Southamptonairport.com/parking
Passengers are also now able to access new online guides to help make that fabulous summer feeling last all year.
The How To Sizzle This Summer handy guide offers advice on how to pick the perfect pair of sunglasses to suit your face-shape, what to look for when choosing a new fragrance and the golden rules for making that summer tan last all year. Staff in World Duty Free are always available to help, too, when making those essential holiday purchases.
All this great information can be found at:
Southampton Airport Managing Director, Neil Garwood, said: “Summer is our favourite time of year when the airport is really buzzing and this is set to be an extra busy few weeks.
“There is an excellent reason we have recently won the title of Best Airport in Europe – our passengers tell us we are a joy to travel through.
“There are 3.5 million people living within one hour’s travel to Southampton – and our message to them all is travel with us! We offer a quick, easy and friendly service. You don’t have to hike miles to departures – you can literally breeze right though in minutes.
“Our exciting future growth plans including the extension of our runway will mean that we can offer greater choice and more destinations than ever before.
“Flying is a wonderful experience and we know how precious and hard earned your summer holidays are, so we want to make sure your journey is a hassle-free and happy one. That is the beauty of flying from your local regional airport.”
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Southampton Airport is the leading Fast Track airport for central Southern England.