*** The current Park’N Fly rewards program will be abolished as of December 31, 2023, and replaced by the new program to be launched in January 2024. More details to come.
Park’N Fly is located in the vicinity of the Canadian airports of Vancouver, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Toronto, Ottawa, Halifax and Montreal. Its rewards program allows you to collect points for each stay. You can redeem your earned points for future free parking days.
Every dollar spent on parking fees earns 1 reward point. Only the Halifax company does not offer the program.
In addition, program members receive Aeroplan points for each stay. And starting with the third stay in a calendar year, an additional 50% Aeroplan bonus is offered to the member. Unfortunately, the Montreal-based company does not offer this agreement with Aeroplan.
Points can only be redeemed online when booking a parking space. They must already be in the bank in the member’s account.
Any surcharges or taxes must be paid in addition to the points redeemed.
Depending on the airport, a day of free parking ranges from 65 to 85 points. The week ranges from 375 to 425 points.
There is no status in the Park’N Fly rewards program, but corporate, CAA and online discount codes are available. Moreover, depending on the type of parking chosen (valet, express A) and which are more expensive, points gain is higher.
Do Park'N Fly points expire?
Yes After the account has been inactive for 12 months (accumulation or redemption of points).
How do I register for Park'N Fly Rewards?
Fill out the registration form on the Rewards page. Then take note of your membership number with which you can start collecting points.