SOURCE: ParkSleepFly.com

ParkSleepFly.com

December 08, 2009 19:50 ET

ParkSleepFly.com Pre-Flight Overnight Alternative to Air Travelers

Eases Big-Three Holiday Headaches: Waistline, Wallet, and Stress

SUFFIELD, CT--(Marketwire - December 8, 2009) - Pressures to overeat and overspend during the holidays drive most people to worry about how they can manage their weight, budgets, and stress and maintain their healthy habits while they travel. Jack Lambert, managing partner of ParkSleepFly.com, Inc. (www.ParkSleepFly.com) says one way is to make better choices about airline travel. "Our service offers airport hotel park and stay deals in over 129 airports in the U.S., Canada, and Europe. Travelers book pre-flight park and fly packages that include a one night's stay at the airport hotel, free parking for 7 to 14 days, and complimentary shuttle to and from the terminal," said Lambert. "This translates into being rested and well-fed before a flight, on time for departure -- and costs can be about the same as long-term airport parking fees alone."

Waistline

Airport terminal food can be notoriously unhealthy yet alluring when a traveler worries about what, if any, food will be available on the flight. "When you stay in the airport hotel the night before your flight, you'll have more control over your healthy breakfast or lunch instead of grabbing high-calorie, sugar-packed snacks near the gate," said Lambert. "You can avoid the high-sodium or fatty airport sandwiches, wraps, and coffee drinks too, since you've already had a nutritious meal at the hotel."

Wallet

With an airport park and fly package, many pay what amounts to $25 to $35 to stay in a first-rate hotel when the cost of what parking would be is figured in. For example, compare $110 a night for a park and fly hotel with $75 for long-term airport parking alone.

Stress

Business or leisure air travelers can keep their blood-pressure levels low with a reservation made through www.ParkSleepFly.com or at 800-PARKING. "You won't have to get up at the crack of dawn, drive through heavy traffic to the airport, worry about long security lines, or miss your flight looking for parking," Lambert said. "This time of year, we can really help reduce holiday stress through a more comfortable airport experience."

Contact Information

  • Contact:
    Jack Lambert
    Managing Partner
    ParkSleepFly.com, Inc.
    866.228.5040
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