As the next renovation phase is set to begin, customers looking for a quick parking spot at Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport will have to choose a new lot.
Beginning Friday, the short-term parking lot will be permanently closed as construction of the new North Wing will begin.
All cars currently parked in short-term lot will have until Monday Aug. 20 to exit, and no new cars will be allowed in beginning Friday.
The North Wing will eventually house the airport's administration offices.
"Even though the short-term parking lot is going away, there is still close, convenient parking available," Vice President of Communications Rosylin Weston said. "Closing this lot allows us to continue moving to the next phase of construction, bringing us closer to becoming an even more efficient and user-friendly airport."
GSP will continue to offer various parking options for passengers around the airport. Those looking for short-term, cheaper options can park in Garages A and B, which offer $1 hourly rates up to a maximum of $12 for the entire day.
The Economy Lot also charges a rate of $4 per day.
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