Holiday Extras have today signed a new long term agreement with Glasgow Airport which cements the 100%+ revenue growth that the Kent-based extras company have been sending to the Airport since early 2014.
Glasgow Airport recorded its busiest July in six years after more than 840,000 passengers travelled through its doors. It was an eventful July for the airport: With the launch of its new international arrivals, the Commonwealth Games and the news that Ryanair will start operations at Glasgow later this year.
John McConnell, Head of Commercial at Glasgow Airport, said: “We are delighted to have secured this extended parking contract with Holiday Extras. Glasgow Airport is committed to ensuring that passengers and airport users have an enjoyable, hassle-free airport journey and Holiday Extras offers the high levels of service that complements our ambition to deliver an unrivalled customer experience.
Sean Hagger, Commercial Director for Holiday Extras, said: “It’s absolutely fantastic to see our parking bookings grow at these exponential levels. We look forward to continue working with Glasgow to achieve even better results and to deliver more of the services that passengers want.”
2014 has been a significant year for Holiday Extras, who reported record growth for parking at all of Scotland’s busiest airports, including Aberdeen (+48%), Inverness (+39%) and Glasgow (+45%) as well as steady and consistent growth of 50% at Edinburgh Airport, peaking at +120% in June.