Our family will be traveling to Hong Kong next week together with my other sisters and their families too. All in all, we are a group of 5 families. My family, who will be coming from Laguna, is planning to bring our car (since there’s no taxi here in our place) and just park it in Park N’ Fly in Pasay City. I guess this is the most practical thing to do instead of leaving our car in a public parking space.
My mom, who is staying in Las Pinas, doesn’t want us to park our car in front of our old house because there’s a lot of children playing in the street.
I requested my hubby to get some information, like how much is the parking fee, from Park N’ Fly since I can’t find any updated information on their site. I was even directed to some other sites who are against the services of Park N’ Fly. I’ve heard conflicting stories about it as well (note: There are other a lot of establishments using the same name around the world). My hubby who is more “geeky” than me found the correct Park N’ Fly website. He told me that using Google, he was directed to Park N’ Fly page fan on Facebook. He saw the correct URL from the fan page and gave it to me.
And here’s exactly the information that I’m looking for, which I’ve copied from their site:
- A multi-level secured carport where you can safely leave your car while you take your business trip or vacation for only P320.00 +EVAT a day.
- Comfortable lounge where you can relax while waiting for your flight.
- A fleet of vans to provide you 24-hour free shuttle service to and from the airport.
- Complimentary battery charging service for long-term parking.
PARK ‘N FLY is located inside PTT Gas Station Cor MIA Road and Domestic Road with Telephone No (+632) 852 1946.
It’s services include driving you to the terminal during departure and picking you up upon arrival. Upon arrival in any of Manila’s airport, call or text message your name and plate number of your car to the mobile number written in the claim stub . The staff will then let you know where you could wait for their shuttle van that would pick you up.
Have you tried Park N’ Fly in the Philippines? Is it worth using their facility and services?