Parkos Launches Toscana Aeroporti Official Parkings on Their Comparison Platform

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Toscana Aeroporti

Parkos, the leading comparison platform for airport parking, and Toscana Aeroporti, the management company for Florence and Pisa airports, have partnered up. This is already the second time Parkos secures a partnership with an airport company in Italy!

Parkos offers its customers the possibility to easily compare and book the best parking options at all the main airports in Italy. What better comparison than the one between offsite and onsite parkings? Thanks to the partnership with Toscana Aeroporti, Parkos users can now book the official parking option at Pisa and Florence Airport.

The multilevel indoor P2 parking of Pisa Airport is already available on Parkos. The first Parkos customers have already parked and started their journey. The outdoor P2 parking at Florence Airport, with its over 1000 spots, will soon be available as well on the popular comparison platform.

"We are very pleased to start working with Parkos " said Toscana Aeroporti "This partnership is a good opportunity for our passengers travelling from Florence and Pisa and is going to expand the range of conveniences for our customers.”

About Parkos Parkos

Parkos is a booking platform for airport parking. Customers search, compare and book their parking spot via Our mission is to make the process of booking a parking space easy, affordable and transparent.
We collaborate with more than 800 parking companies in 14 countries. These are located at more than 100 airports in Europe, America and Australia.

About Toscana Aeroporti

Toscana Aeroporti S.p.A is the management company for Florence and Pisa airports. The long-term targets of Toscana Aeroporti are to achieve, by 2029: 130 destinations all over the world, 45 airlines and 160 daily flights. The two airports will maintain their specific air traffic specialisation. The Vespucci airport will continue to develop business and leisure traffic through the full-service carriers, linking the main European airports. The Galilei airport will, on the other hand, continue to deal with the tourist traffic managed by low-cost carriers and cargo flights, also focusing on the development of intercontinental flights.


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