Off-Site Lot Reopens At Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport.
BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com
BROWARD COUNTY, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — In what has become almost a weekly event during this summer of COVID travel, Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport parking is at — or near — overflow status. That means the airport has opened its off-site lot which is nearly a mile away.
From FLL: “FLL’s Overflow Parking lot at 2755 SW 42nd Street in Fort Lauderdale is now open in anticipation of a busy travel weekend and peak parking demand. Follow the orange wayfinding signs. Daily rate: $10.”
Fort Lauderdale, which has a significant amount of garage parking, has seen unprecedented travel levels this summer, with near chaos-conditions on the weekends. Travelers are urged to arrive at the airport extra-early to accommodate for lengthy check-in, baggage check, and security lines at all terminals.
The airport is also remaining travelers of the federal mask mandate. You are required to wear a mask the moment you walk into the facility. Deputies and TSA agents are reminding guests — nicely yet firmly — of the mandate. Airlines continue to follow a “zero” tolerance policy on board for those who refuse to comply. The FAA has levied fines into the tens of thousands of dollars.
FLL does have a parking app which is occasionally accurate, as is its parking website. Check it for a general situation of parking availability as you near the facility.
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