SAT brings back ‘Fly Away Valet’ program
Photo courtesy of SAT / The San Antonio International Airport announced the return of the Fly Away Valet Program

SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — The San Antonio International Airport rolled out the red carpet for the return of a luxury service.

The Fly Away Valet program costs $25 per day and offers customers additional perks aside from the convenience of dropping cars off curbside with no worry about parking and hauling luggage.

Complementary amenities include curbside luggage assistance, exterior window cleaning, vacuum service, coffee and bottled water, newspaper, secured covered parking, contactless payment transactions and remote mobile payment.

“This valet program is designed to offer every customer the VIP treatment, It’s one of the amenities our customers have said they want at SAT and we are delivering it“ said Jesus H. Saenz, Jr, Director of Airports, San Antonio Airport System. “The program was originally launched two years ago but was suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic and its returning just in time for the peak of spring break travel.”

Photo courtesy of the San Antonio International Airport / Ribbon Cutting (L to R) Michael McMullen ”Johnny Cash”, Kirstie Renee “Marilyn”, Darryl Daniels, CEO Fly Away Valet, Jesus H. Saenz, Director of Airports, San Antonio Airport System, Travis Hudson “Elvis”
Podium (L to R) Jesus H. Saenz, Director of Airports, San Antonio Airport System, Michael McMullen “Johnny”, Kirstie Renee “Marilyn”, Darryl Daniels, CEO Fly Away Valet, Bentley Silver Cloud “Frank Sinatra”, Travis Hudson “Elvis”.
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