Bahrain International Airport offers state-of-the-art car park facility

BAHRAIN’s airport now offers a permanent state-of-the-art overflow car park for passengers.

The car park’s tariff is BD1 per day, and includes a complimentary shuttle service to transfer passengers to and from the terminal building every 30 minutes.

It also has air-conditioned passenger waiting areas, in addition to other support facilities.

The announcement, part of ongoing efforts to improve passenger experience to world-class levels, was made by Ayman Zainal, chief commercial officer of Bahrain Airport Company (BAC), the operator and managing body of Bahrain International Airport (BIA).

“BIA passengers can now take advantage of several modern facilities at the car park at the most affordable rates in the region,” he said.

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Surge

“Our aim is to ensure that the airport accommodates the expected surge in passenger flow during upcoming peak periods, and that the overall experience is suitable to today’s travellers. This was a crucial element in our plan and we are certain that it will help ease the journeys of passengers passing through our airport.”

The car park consists of 4,000 parking stalls dedicated for passengers. It is one of the many components of the $1.1 billion Airport Modernisation Programme currently underway at BIA. Once completed, the programme will turn the airport into a key facilitator of growth for the economy, in line with the objectives of Economic Vision 2030.

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All aspects of the airport’s operations will be improved, resulting in a state-of-the-art airport four times its current size that can cater to approximately 14 million passengers each year.

Opened earlier this year, the revamped overflow car park is located north of the runway within the airport’s premises on Galali Road. Passengers can reach it either through Dry Dock Highway or Arad Highway.

Passengers must park their vehicles in the allocated BIA car parks and avoid leaving their cars on the side of the roads.

Source Credit: Gulf Daily News

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