Heads up, travelers: Parking spaces at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport were quickly disappearing Wednesday morning, according to airport officials.
As of 11 a.m., long-term parking lots B, C, D, E, F and G were filled and both covered garages near the Barbara Jordan Terminal were full.
Only the overflow economy parking lot and a few valet spaces were available.
“We have a few Reserved Spaces left in the garage. Reserve now at http://ABIA.pmreserve.com or through the Parkmobile App,” the airport tweeted to arriving fliers.
The period from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. also is one of the peak departure times for the airport. Other peak departure periods are 5 a.m. to 8 a.m.; and 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Summer is perennially a popular time for people to travel, airport spokesman Derick Hackett told the American-Statesman last month.
Aside from the families who are traveling through the airport for vacations, he said, “you see a lot of travelers because Austin is home to a lot of people around the country who are coming and going to visit their relatives.”
PARKING UPDATE: Garages and Lots B-G are full! We have a few Reserved Spaces left in the garage. Reserve now at https://t.co/qsudFPIOmH or through the Parkmobile App. Overflow Lot and Valet are available. Check back for updates or call 512-530-3300. pic.twitter.com/0GQNCHdKFN— ABIA Parking (@ABIA_Parking) June 13, 2018