We Offer Airport Parking Services At OR Tambo. We delight in taking care of you and making your journey a pleasure right from the start.

 

We’ll collect your car, secure and protect your vehicle while you’re away. On your return we’ll deliver your car where we collected it!

O.R Tambo Valet Parking

Services

Avoid the hassle of driving round and round searching for parking at the Oliver Tambo airport and then have to lug your baggage up the escalators.

Rates

Our airport parking rates for short to long term airport parking at OR Tambo can be as little as R45 per day depending on the period required.

Terms

Please read the legal stuff and let us know if anything is unclear?

Procedure

Our procedures ensure your vehicles safety, providing you peace of mind throughout your entire travel journey.

A superb and reliable valet parking service at OR Tambo which accommodates both holiday and business travellers

  • We collect your vehicle at OR Tambo Domestic Departures Terminal for local flights. For overseas flights it will be at the International Departures Terminal.
  • Delivery at Domestic Departures upon your return.
  • We are only 10 minutes from OR Tambo Airport.
  • Reliable staff and service.
  • Client’s vehicle strictly driven to and from OR Tambo without deviation of any kind.
  • Secure undercover parking.
  • Affordable competitive rates.

Here’s What Satisfied Clients Have To Say About Bridgewater Parking!

 

I would like to THANK Bridge Parking for the wonderful service provided to me and my family just before boarding to the festive season we had. So when I arrived in OR Tambo and my car had problems with the engine and they managed to find a mechanic and sort everything out while we were overseas.

When I arrived, the car was promptly waiting for me and my family. The service i received was exceeded my expectations and i am truly thankful for meeting Mari though via phone. She was absolutely a star THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!
Keep doing the good work, I would definitely recommend the company.

~ Kind regards from Mozambique – Denise Kean