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    Anyone parked domestic to fly international? Our holiday is two parts 1st leg international, 2nd part domestic. Thinking it's easier to park at domestic

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    What about offsite parking that have a shuttle service? I did this recently with Gold Coast International and it was easy with the on demand shuttle service, plus my car was inside/secure.

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    I would recommend looking at the offsite parking. It's normally cheaper and they do shuttle service. I can't remember the company we normally use sorry

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    Ive parked domestic plenty of times before, but not for international. How are you going to get from domestic to international? They are a fair distance apart.

    You might be able to jump on the airtrain? Or taxi?

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    Off site parking for the period of time were looking at is at most only $20 cheaper so it's not worth the distance ( and risk getting stuck in traffic)

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    In that case, park domestic and airtrain to international or park international and airtrain on ur return trip, depending on what time your flights are. Check the airtrain timetables.

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    They're at reasonable hours thank goodness. I think we are swaying towards parking and transferring across. It's going to cost us $100 for extra luggage so it would be handy to keep a bag in the car ( and use that $$ for parking, also solves transportation issue later) It also means we don't need to take the pram with us os.

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    Sooo glad we parked undercover that massive storm hit whilst we were away. Would have meant our car was a write off if we went slightly cheaper outdoor option

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    Phew, that was lucky parking paid off then


 

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