Mar 1, 2014

Park N' Fly Pasay Manila Near NAIA Terminals

Park N' Fly is the first of its kind and only service in the Philippines wherein customers can leave their vehicles on a daily, weekly or monthly basis either for short-term or long-term parking at very reasonable rates.

The first time we tried to avail Park N' Fly's parking and shuttle service was last December 2013 when we went to Hong Kong-Macau. Hubby, who was in-charge of our transportation and keeping Jarvis The Car safe while we were away, was quite satisfied with their service and no fuzz transaction.

Since our flights for Boracay are scheduled during off peak hours 6:50am MNL-KLO and 10:40pm KLO-MNL, all the more he decided to avail Park N' Fly's service for the second time around. Coming from Cavite via Coastal Road we turned right in MIA Road and head towards the next corner. You won't miss their big building signage right behind PTT Gas Station.

The minimum rate of P340.00 (plus VAT) for the first 24 hours, and then a rate of P14.17 (plus VAT) for each hour after that. For the purpose of rate calculations, a fraction of an hour is considered to be a full hour.

Car owners need to check the car's condition and whatever it is inside your car prior to check-in. After the paper work is done, an attendant will bring your car to the parking building while you stay at the waiting area. Yeap, you read it right. You just give them the key and they will be the one to find a free spot for your car. Once done, you will be ushered to the shuttle van that will bring you to your terminal. Well, the risk is that you really do have to trust them since you won't be accompanying them anymore to the parking process itself. 

So a word of caution, make sure you give your keys to the authorized personnel.

Upon return from your terminal, just give them a ring and inform which terminal your airplane landed and they will pick you up to bring you back to the Park N' Fly building. After clearance, they hand-over your keys back to you. The 3-day stay of Jarvis in their facilities cost us a little over Php 1,000.