(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indianapolis International Airport Authority is launching a new brand to promote marketing for its on site airport parking.
Ruthanne Gordon of WISH TV8 reports that the new logo is parkIND.
Mike Wells, president of the Indianapolis Airport Authority Board says "Our new parkIND brand conveys the convenience afforded only by the connectivity of parking at Indianapolis International Airport and helps our customers distinguish what we intend to provide as the most convenient, best parking options for their business and leisure travel needs."
Parking remains at a flat $9-per-day rate not subject to any additional taxes or fees.
Customer surveys indicated that many passengers felt there was insufficient product differentiation between the Economy and Long-term lots.
Beginning Monday, May 6th, the Long-term Lot will be closed to new vehicles as it is transitioned to non-customer parking and an overflow lot when the Economy Lot is full.
Indianapolis International Airport continues to offer round-the-clock assistance to help customers locate lost vehicles and escort solo travelers to their cars safely, as well as free jump starts and tire inflation, is in the process of developing additional improvements to be announced later this summer.
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