Birmingham Airport grants Meteor meet and greet official status
Posted: 20 September 2010 | Birmingham Airport | No comments yet
Birmingham Airport has granted a licence for Meteor meet and greet parking, the UK’s largest and longest established meet and greet parking operator, to trade from the airport site…
Birmingham Airport has granted a licence for Meteor meet and greet parking, the UK’s largest and longest established meet and greet parking operator, to trade from the airport site.
Roop Johal, market development manager – commercial for Birmingham Airport, said: “We are delighted to make Meteor an official partner and we look forward to working closely with the team. With 26 years experience, Meteor meet and greet parking provides another excellent option for our passengers and further increases the onsite parking choice here at Birmingham.”
Sarah Anglim, director of Meteor meet and greet parking, explains: “It is a privilege to be working alongside Birmingham Airport to provide the UK’s favourite meet and greet parking service at one of the country’s most popular airport destinations. It is a great opportunity and we look forward to working closely with them to maximise the customer service that Birmingham Airport is well known for.”
Meteor meet and greet allows for a speedy, hassle-free parking experience. Customers drive their car to the Drop and Go facility outside the terminal where they will be met by a uniformed driver, who will then take their vehicle to a secure compound where it is parked for the duration of their trip. On their return, a uniformed driver will be waiting at the terminal with their vehicle, ready to help load any heavy luggage.