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JFK Parking Company launches new Android app for the JFK Traveler

JFK Parking Company launches new Android app for the JFK Traveler

SmartPark JFK, a full service JFK Airport valet parking facility for the JFK Traveler, has launched a New Android app. The app works on Android smartphones; users have convenient access to the SmartPark JFK parking reservations system without the need of a computer.

In short, this new app appears to be changing the way travel plans are made.

"With customers loving our first smart JFK Airport parking app, the new app was a natural progression," says Adam Smith, President of SmartPark JFK. "At zero cost to the user, this app is quick and easy to use if you ever need to place a JFK Airport parking reservation from your Smartphone."

Why Is it New?

In the first app release of November 2009, the JFK parking reservations app was a first of its kind, but was limited to only placing the reservation.


The New App

Technology has advanced and so has SmartPark JFK. The New App allows customers to not only place their reservation, it also allows users to become eligible to earn free days with the SmartPark JFK "Confirm To Earn" Frequent Parker Program. The first app did not have that ability.

"This new JFK parking app is another example of SmartPark JFK's aggressive approach to achieve the ultimate in customer service and convenience. There is no need to download the Android app. Simply point your mobile Web browser to," said Diego Ullauri, SmartPark JFK operations manager.

The SmartPark JFK Android app is functional now across a wide range of Android handsets.
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