Parking info for air travel from Manchester-Boston Regional Airport

Important FYI for USNH Travelers regarding Parking at Manchester-Boston Airport:

Instructions and Authorization Form

It is important to notify travelers in your departments/divisions of this change as it may impact their budgets and so that they can make the necessary travel arrangements. Travelers should refer to the Travel Policies for guidance on allowable expense reimbursements keeping in mind that PSU will reimburse for parking at the least expensive method reasonable for the business trip.

Additionally, it is realized that there will be times when a traveler’s situation warrants that they park in the Manchester-Boston Garage at a rate of $17 per day. However, if this is necessary, the business related circumstances for this additional expense must be documented and approved on the PSU travel expense vouchers or pcard receipts.

Please contact Mary-Ellen Godville, Travel Manager at (603) 535-2252 or mgodvill@Plymouth.edu if you have questions or need assistance or any additional information.

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