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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Indianapolis airport travelers could see changes in premium parking services as airport leaders look for ways to increase the facility's revenue.
The Indianapolis Business Journal reports the Indianapolis Airport Authority wants to replace the valet parking area in the airport's 5,900-space parking garage with a "premium" parking area that could charge higher fees.
Airport parking generates nearly $40 million a year and is the authority's second-largest revenue source. Valet parking revenue increased last year to $2.4 million, up from $2 million the year before.
Airport board president Michael Wells says the board is re-examining its entire parking operation to determine what customers want.