An article in the New York Times announced today that American Airlines, British Airways and Iberia Airlines have once more applied for antitrust approval in the hopes of alleviating high prices due to increases in the cost of fuel as well as, of course, to attract more customers. According to the article written by Micheline Maynard, Sir Richard Branson, owner of Virgin Atlantic raised concerns that such an agreement will lead to an ultimate rise in airfare prices because there will be less competition.
If the agreement reaches success, then travelers should be ready for either eventuality: that of the airlines seeking the alliance, and that of Sir Richard Branson, and either way, ParkSleepFly will become an even more important website for travelers seeking a relaxing and secure journey.
Supposing prices drop, more travelers will take to the airports, which will mean busier flights, and busier roads surrounding many of the larger airports. More traffic means more stress, unless travelers make use of the simple and secure registration system on ParkSleepFly. Travelers can search for and view hotels that offer both hotel rooms and parking. Parking includes a complimentary shuttle to and from the terminal.
If Sir Richard Branson is correct, and a successful alliance leads to higher prices due to less market competition, ParkSleepFly will continue to offer hotel room and parking reservations at a low rate, which means that, as now, ParkSleepFly will continue to contribute to easing travelers’ wallets and adding to the convenience, safety and thus relaxation of every trip to and from the airport.