-- Depart Midweek Between New Year’s and Valentine’s Day and Park FREE For Up To 72 Hours in OAK’s Daily Lot --
Oakland, Calif. (Dec. 7, 2010) — Oakland International Airport (OAK) is known for its on-time, frequent flights to Southern California. Now, Bay Area travelers can add free to the list of OAK attributes as the airport is picking up the parking tab for those traveling midweek to select Southern California cities in early 2011.
Passengers departing OAK to Los Angeles (LAX), San Diego (SAN), Orange County (SNA) or Long Beach (LGB) airports on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday, between Jan. 4 and Feb. 10, can park free in the Daily Lot for up to 72 hours. The coupon, valued at up to $66 for parking in OAK’s Daily Lot, which is located across from the terminals, is available at oaklandairport.com. Here is how to get this great deal:
- Register at oaklandairport.com and print the parking coupon.
- Print the airline e-ticket receipt that shows a departure from OAK to LAX, SAN, SNA or LGB on a Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday between Jan. 4 and Feb. 10.
- Park in OAK’s Daily Lot and pull a parking lot ticket when entering.
- Present parking coupon, airline e-ticket receipt, driver license and parking lot ticket to attendant when exiting.
“Oakland International Airport’s airline partners offer 114 daily departures to Southern California,” said Deborah Ale Flint, Director of Aviation for the Port of Oakland, which owns and operates OAK. “Now, there is another reason to fly from Oakland to LAX, San Diego, Orange County or Long Beach in early 2011 as on-airport parking is free for those traveling midweek for business or pleasure,” she continued.
OAK airlines offer 114 reasons to fly to Southern California with their reliable and frequent service. OAK has added another reason by offering free parking in early 2011 for travelers leaving midweek. Now is the time to plan that business trip and meet one-on-one with clients. Or, make plans to visit one or more of the many theme parks and attractions in Los Angeles, San Diego, Orange County or Long Beach. Register now at oaklandairport.com.
About the Port of Oakland/Oakland International Airport
The Port of Oakland oversees the Oakland seaport, Oakland International Airport and 20 miles of waterfront. The Oakland seaport is the fifth busiest container port in the U.S.; Oakland International Airport is the second largest San Francisco Bay Area airport and fourth largest airport in California, offering over 130 daily flights; and the Port’s real estate includes commercial developments such as Jack London Square and hundreds of acres of public parks and conservation areas. The Port of Oakland was established in 1927 and is an independent department of the City of Oakland. Visit portofoakland.com and oaklandairport.com.
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