Pay-By-Phone Parking Coming To Paine Field

October 30, 2018

Everett Economy


Streamlining the customer experience is a major focus of the new terminal at Paine Field.

Among the features of the more than 1100 parking spots coming to the new Propeller Airport’s Terminal at Paine Field is the option for pay-by-phone parking. It’s one of the things that landed the contract for Republic Parking at the terminal in Everett, Washington according to this press released received Monday afternoon.

Propeller Airports today announced it has contracted with Republic Parking System, an Impark subsidiary and leading provider of airport parking solutions, to provide parking, valet, and curbside concierge services at Paine Field Airport in Everett, Washington. The contract is the latest in a series of carefully selected partners as construction on the new terminal nears completion, expected in within the next month.

In partnership with Snohomish County, Propeller Airports is bringing convenient commercial air travel to metro Seattle and the Puget Sound region through the development of a new passenger terminal at Paine Field. Conveniently located 20 miles to the north of downtown Seattle, Paine Field will offer travelers connectivity to major west coast cities including; Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Phoenix, San Jose, Portland, San Diego, Orange County and as far east as Denver.

“The Republic team has demonstrated its expertise and customer-focused approach at a wide range of service-oriented airports throughout North America,” Propeller’s Director of Operations Thomas Amano said. “We look forward to working with them to create one of the premier airport experiences for the region’s traveling public.”

As part of the five-year agreement, Republic Parking will provide Paine Field with the latest in parking, access control, and valet systems. The systems, which will include pay-by-phone options and other modernization’s which are designed to bolster operational efficiencies and streamline the customer experience – key values that Propeller has sought to maximize and highlight at each step of the process.

Republic and Impark already have a large presence in the Seattle area, employing more than 150 people and serving three other airports in the state of Washington.

“We are thrilled to partner with a first-class company like Propeller,” Bob Linehart, Senior Vice President of Republic Parking System, said. “Their focus on customer experience integrates perfectly with our own objectives of providing excellent service to all customers and terminal stakeholders. We look forward to bringing their unique vision to life.”


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