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Sydney Airport launches $20 parking deal

03 September 2012
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• Park for up to three hours at the international terminal for $20 and get two coffees, a $10 duty free shopping voucher and a copy of The Daily Telegraph – more than $20 worth of value – until 30 November.

• New parking offer for the meeter-greeter, fareweller market

• 2,300 additional car parking spaces at international terminal now available

Under a new, great value parking deal launched today, customers can park for up to three hours at Sydney Airport’s International terminal for $20 and get two free cups of coffee, a duty free shopping voucher and a copy of The Daily Telegraph until 30 November.


“Airports can be emotional places and our customers have told us they want to take the time to say goodbye or welcome family and friends,” Sydney Airport Chief Executive Officer Kerrie Mather said.


“So we’re introducing a new offer that allows you to relax and spend time with your family and friends before they travel overseas.


“And while you’re waiting for the flight, you can pick up a copy of The Daily Telegraph from NewsLink.


“We’ve also installed free photo booths in the international terminal for the first three weeks of this promotion, so you can take a quick snap and post it on Facebook before jetting off.


“Sydney Airport has just added 2,300 new car park spaces at the international terminal and completed a major upgrade of our car parking equipment, giving customers more parking options.


“We now have a wide range of online offers, where you can save up to 73 per cent off the standard drive-up rates and I’m pleased to say that customers have been taking these offers up in growing numbers.


“Our car parking products have always been popular with business travellers, but that’s only one segment of our customers. So we’re now introducing products that cater to all our markets, including budget travellers and meeters and greeters.


“Our online parking offers like the domestic Weekender deal, where you can leave your car on Friday or Saturday and collect it on Sunday or Monday for $69, give customers the convenience of driving their own car and represent great value compared to other options for travelling to and from the airport.


“Last year, we had more than 35.6 million passengers through the airport. We have been doing a lot of work to increase choice and value in our parking offers and food outlets so we can better cater to all our customers and the feedback so far has been highly encouraging.


To find the parking deal that best suits you, go to: http://www.sydneyairport.com.au/go/car- parking.aspx.


For a chance to win two return economy class tickets to Shanghai with China Eastern Airlines, fill in an entry form and leave it in the boxes located at T1. Entries close 30 November.


Terms and conditions: This limited time offer entitles the customer to up to three hours of parking at the international terminal for $20, two takeaway coffees at Dank St Depot (an additional charge will apply for soy milk, syrup and extra shots); a copy of The Daily Telegraph or Sunday Telegraph and a $10 SYD Duty Free voucher, redeemable on purchases of $100 or more. Standard parking rates apply if you exit the car park in under 30 minutes or after three hours. Offer runs from 1 September to 30 November 2012. Photo station opens at 5.30am, 3 September. For full terms and conditions, please see: www.sydneyairport.com.au/coffee/.



Tracy Ong
Manager, Media and Communications

(02) 9667 6470 or 0437 033 479

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