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OTTAWA, ON – The Canadian Automobile Association and Park’N Fly have expanded their partnership to make air travel easier and more affordable, with new benefits designed exclusively for CAA Members.

Travel can be a frustrating affair especially with all the hidden fees which in itself can cause unneeded stress let alone faced with the prospect of how to get to the airport in the most economical and efficient manner. Park’N Fly, Canada’s leading airport parking company, provides travellers with the most cost effective parking options complete with valet and/or self-park services, complimentary shuttles, and luggage assistance.

“As Canada’s top travel organization, CAA knows that travel can cause stress for some and that’s why we prides ourselves in aligning our brand with reputable organizations that offer superior value to our members. We are happy to grow our partnership with Park’N Fly to help our Members get to the most rewarding benefits when travelling,” says Jeff Walker, Chief Strategy Officer, CAA National.

As part of the new program, CAA’s Members can now earn 3% in CAA Dollars® in addition to the CAA Discount™ of 20%* off all stays at participating Park’N Fly locations every day. CAA Members can use their CAA Dollars for a variety of products and services available at their local CAA travel store.

“Over the last 15 years, CAA’s Rewards program has grown to be one of Canada’s largest loyalty programs with more than 164,000 locations for saving worldwide,” says Walker. “As one of Canada’s most trusted brands, our Members have high expectations of us, and therefore we are always looking to grow our CAA Rewards program.”

Members can take advantage of these great benefits immediately in Vancouver, Edmonton, Toronto, Ottawa and Halifax. The offer is not available in the Montreal Park’N Fly location. *For more information visit parknfly.ca to learn more about additional seasonal offers and benefits.

CAA is a federation of nine clubs providing 6 million Members with exceptional emergency roadside service, complete automotive and travel services, member savings and comprehensive insurance services. CAA also advocates on issues of concern to its members, including road safety, the environment, mobility, infrastructure and consumer protection.

For further information, please contact:

Kristine D’Arbelles
Manager, Public Affairs
CAA National
613-247-0117 ext. 2006
613-796-9404
kdarbelles@national.caa.ca



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