Our response to the Coronavirus

The health and safety of our customers and our staff is always our number 1 concern at Park n’ Jet. We want all our stakeholders to know that we are taking measures to keep our parkers and our employees safe. 

We have the following procedures in place and will continue to review them:

    • We are running shuttles on-demand only
    • We are transporting family or small groups one at a time on the shuttles
    • We are sanitizing shuttles after each run to the airport (wiping down handrails etc)
    • Staff are wearing gloves and face masks
    • We continue to offer a free and flexible cancellation policy

 

 

What Time Should You Arrive at Salt Lake City Airport?

If you are flying out of Salt Lake City Airport it is important to know how early you need to be there. Traffic, security and baggage check-in all need to be factored in to your planning. If you arrive too late you risk missing your flight, if you get there too early you’re stuck hanging around with nothing to do until they call your flight. You should plan out your arrival time to get there at just the right time. Continue reading “What Time Should You Arrive at Salt Lake City Airport?”

10 Things to Do at Hotel Check-In and Check-Out

When we want to have a good travel experience, we generally focus on picking the right hotel. We read reviews, ask well-traveled friends for their recommendations, and search for photos online. However, you can really heighten the quality of your trip by doing a few things when you check in and out. These things are often supremely simple but can totally change your trip. Here are 10 things you should do when checking in and checking out to ensure the best travel experience possible. Continue reading “10 Things to Do at Hotel Check-In and Check-Out”

Flying Like a Pro

The days of luxurious airline travel may be over, but that doesn’t mean travelers must forfeit all comfort once they begin a trip. Having a pre-flight routine is crucial, as is keeping stress levels in check should the unexpected come up. Here are five ways to make a flight not only more comfortable, but easier on the bank account as well. Continue reading “Flying Like a Pro”