Posted September 05, 2018 05:31:18T-Mobile, AT&T, US Airways, United Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines, Southwest Airlines, JetBlue Airways, American Airlines, and Alaska Airlines offer free parking in their airports, according to new research by the non-profit Institute for Transportation and Development Policy.
The institute, which has been tracking airline parking policies since 2006, said the research shows that while some airlines have “categorically prohibited parking,” others have limited their policies to a certain area, and some have “taken it further.”
“While the vast majority of airline parking policy changes have not led to increased traffic, many airlines have implemented more limited parking policies, allowing parking in designated areas only,” the institute said in a release.
AT&:T, United, Delta, Frontier, Southwest, Jet Blue, American, and Alaskan Airlines all offer free travel on their aircrafts, the institute noted. “
It is important for carriers to keep their parking policies flexible to the local environment and the needs of their passengers,” the Institute said.
AT&:T, United, Delta, Frontier, Southwest, Jet Blue, American, and Alaskan Airlines all offer free travel on their aircrafts, the institute noted.
According to the institute, these policies include “a zero-tolerance policy for parking in restricted zones, including in airport parking lots.”
The research also found that the airlines are the most likely to change their parking policy if they believe they will increase their revenue.
At least four of the five carriers that were the most common offenders in parking restrictions, AT &TT, United Airline, Delta Airlines, Frontier Airline and Southwest Airlines.
T-MOBILE, AT) and US Airways are the largest carriers by passenger volume and are among the most frequent offenders.
Delta, United and American Airlines are the next two largest carriers in terms of revenue per seat, according the institute.