Denver International Airport travelers can book guaranteed covered parking near the terminal for $50 per day.
DENVER — Denver International Airport has a new parking option for travelers.
The airport announced Monday its Premium Reserve Parking will provide “guaranteed parking, hassle-free entry and exit, and proximity to the terminal.”
For a daily rate of $50, the travelers can park at designated spaces on the Arrivals Level 4 in each garage, in the former valet areas, with easy walking access to the terminal.
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DIA said travelers can reserve their covered parking spot online 90 days to five minutes in advance.
Entrance and exit to the Premium Reserve Parking lots will be controlled by license plate readers.
“At [DIA], we are constantly striving to improve the travel experience for our passengers,” said DIA CEO Phil Washington. “Premium Reserved Parking offers a seamless and efficient parking solution, allowing travelers to focus on their trip without the added stress of finding parking.”
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