COVID-19: important information for our car parks customers
Due to the management of the COVID-19 emergency and related containment measures, in order to reduce as much as possible the discomfort of customers who were unable to pick up their car from our car parks on the scheduled date due to the lockdown, we inform that our company, Aeroporto G. Marconi di Bologna, as manager of the airport car parks, will not charge any additional cost to the one due for the scheduled parking.
Regardless of the parking space used, we invite customers to go to the parking control office (Presidio Parcheggi) located at the base of the P2 multi-storey before picking up their car and, if they have not booked a parking space, to bring their plane ticket stating the scheduled dates of entry and exit from the parking lot.
Our operators have been enabled so that the cost of excess parking days will not be charged.
Any future request for reimbursement will not be taken into consideration.
Thank you for your cooperation.
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