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    "Will Definitely Use Them Again" - Park Bark and Fly Review

    Last updated 6 years ago

    We were looking for a self-park facility near the airport. This one is great! It's a huge lot, but as soon as we got out of the truck the shuttle van was there to pick us up. Even though we were the only ones on the bus, they left immediately for the airport. When we returned, they picked us up at ground transportation less than 5 minutes after we... More

    Park Bark and Fly is an airport parking service located in Orlando, Florida. For more information about Park Bark and Fly, call 407-809-4324 to speak with a representative.

    Airport Travel Tips From Park Bark and Fly

    Last updated 6 years ago

    For more information about everything from airport parking to frequent traveler rewards, call Park, Bark and Fly at (407) 855-5899 or check out these links:

    • For information about international travel safety, check out the U.S. State Department website.
    • has some great tips about how to pack your cosmetics and other toiletries without causing a huge mess.
    • Are you looking for some great places to travel during your downtime? has a list of fantastic places to visit in 2012. 
    • If you are traveling to Los Angeles on business, check out the city’s National Geographic entry for information on everything from its style to its hotels.

    International Travel Tips

    Last updated 6 years ago

    International travel is more complicated than domestic travel, especially since September 11, 2001.  Besides meeting strict security requirements, you also have to find long-term parking for your car. Follow these travel tips to ensure your international travel plans go as smoothly as possible:

    • Make Sure Your Passport Is Up-to-Date

    Many travelers don’t realize that their passports have expired until it’s too late.  Always check your passport’s expiration date against both the day that you plan to leave the country and the day that you plan to return.  You also want to check with your passport office to ensure you don’t need a visa to travel to your intended country. If you do need a visa, you need to send off your passport and paperwork as soon as possible.

    Additionally, remember that the rules governing passports for people under the age of 16 are different.  You should always check with the U.S. State Department to make sure that your child’s passport is still valid.

    • Check for Travel Warnings

    The U.S. Department of State has a website dedicated to issuing travel alerts and travel warnings.  Travel alerts refer to a temporary state of affairs, like a flu outbreak or a terrorist threat. They’re not to be taken lightly, but the expectation is that they’ll eventually cease.  Travel warnings, on the other hand, are a more permanent fixture and concern issues like widespread crime and civil war.  Make sure to check out the website so that you can make up your own mind about whether or not you should be traveling.

    Whether you’re flying to Costa Rica for a much-deserved vacation or are making a fact-finding trip to the Sudan, you’re going to need long-term airport parking.  Fortunately, for those flying out of the Orlando airport, there’s Park, Bark and Fly.  We provide great airport and long-term RV parking.  For more information, call us at (407) 855-5899 today.

    Four Stress-Free Business Travel Tips

    Last updated 6 years ago

    Traveling for business can be a nerve-wracking experience because of the pressure to perform for clients or distant managers, but it doesn’t need to be a trial because of the actual travel involved.  Here’s how to have a stress-free business trip:

     1.      Take Advantage of Corporate Parking

    Talk to your business’ travel department about corporate parking.  If your business already has a set corporate parking program, take advantage it. If it doesn’t, speak with your employer to learn how you can be reimbursed for your parking costs.

     2.      Use Rewards Programs

    Hotels, airlines, and parking companies love business travelers, because they make up a huge percentage of the travel industry’s customer base.  Therefore, there are a number of rewards programs out there for everything from your hotel to your parking facility.  Before you book your trip, be sure to ask about rewards programs for business travelers.  You could earn free upgrades, free parking, and more.

     3.      Pack Light

    Since you’re probably going to be in and out of your destination city within 72 hours, there’s no reason to bother checking any luggage.  Waiting at the baggage claim will only eat up precious moments that you could have used to prepare for your presentation.  Make sure that everything you need can fit in your carryon by choosing the right size toiletries.

     4.      Arrive Early

    It pays to arrive early, as you’ll never have to suffer the anxiety of racing to catch your flight.  In addition, if you arrive early, there’s always the chance that you can manage to get on an earlier flight and make it to your destination with time to spare.

    If you’re a frequent business traveler, use Park, Bark and Fly for your Orlando airport parking needs.  We offer numerous perks through our rewards program.  For more information, call us at (407) 855-5899 today.


    Happy New Year From Park Bark and Fly!

    Last updated 6 years ago

    Wishing you a safe and happy new year from all of us at Park Bark and Fly!

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