ParkCloud has significantly expanded its global network coverage with the appointment of 17 new locations across six countries, including breaking into two new countries – Luxembourg and New Zealand.

Adding to its extensive airport parking portfolio, ParkCloud is now able to offer its online parking reservation services to customers travelling from Lamezia Terme – Italy, Perth – Australia, Melilla and San Sebastian – Spain, and across new markets at Luxembourg airport and New Zealand’s Wellington airport.

With demand for city centre parking on the rise, ParkCloud has strengthened its network coverage across eight cities in Ireland and Northern Ireland with Q-Park. Cities include Dublin, Kilkenny, Cork and Belfast.

In addition, ParkCloud has added Porto di Piombino and Porto di Formia to its growing directory of port parking across Italy. Travellers setting sail for a cruise or ferry transfer can now pre-book their parking at 19 ports across the country.

ParkCloud, which is currently nominated for Best Airport Parking Company in this year’s British Travel Awards, was founded in 2008 in response to consumers’ growing appetite for finding cost effective deals online – which included parking. With an aim to connect the world’s drivers with convenient parking spaces, ParkCloud now operates its award-winning business across 41 countries and accommodates over 20 languages.

ParkCloud’s Managing Director, Mark Pegler, said:

“ParkCloud’s service centres on giving our customers the advantage of choice prior to travelling, therefore, growing our network across the globe and expanding our coverage enables us to strengthen our service offering for our customer base.

“We’re delighted to have forged partnerships across these new locations and are keen to spur this growth further over the coming months.”

All new locations are available to book now for drivers travelling to and from these global destinations. To find out more about ParkCloud or to reserve a parking space for your next trip, please visit

About ParkCloud

ParkCloud, simply put, lets drivers book a parking space in advance, in the same way as it’s possible to do with hotel rooms, restaurant tables…and even a coffee these days.

When travelling, parking is usually the last thing on anybody’s mind, but research shows that as much as 20 minutes is wasted when searching for a parking space. ParkCloud aims to solve that problem by letting customers make a parking booking, whether they are getting on a plane, taking a cruise, catching a train, or visiting a city or event.

ParkCloud was founded in 2008 as an online parking reservation service and within the nine years we’ve been operating our success and growth has been rapid; we’ve gone from one country to over 40 – and we don’t plan on slowing down.

Today we are an award-winning, global provider, working with car park operators include them on our comparison search engine, which aims to give consumers the most user friendly, efficient service possible when they need it most.

This bookable parking network is also made available to travel industry partners to help complete the itineraries of passengers worldwide.

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