Making Travel Easier
Traveling can be one of the most stressful parts of our day to day lives and as someone who has been doing quite a bit of it lately, I figured I’d let you in on a few tips on airport transportation both on and off the ground.
Tip #1: Hop on a motorcoach.” Not only does a single motorcoach have the potential to remove 55 automobiles from the highway, they also emit the least amount of carbon dioxide per passenger mile compared to other vehicles. On average, they’re six times more fuel and energy efficient compared to single occupancy automobiles. Decreasing these emissions are not only great for the environment, but having fewer cars on the highway means you can get to where you’re going quicker.
Tip #2: Shuttle services are your best friend for airport transportation. More than three million people fly safely on aircraft every day and if you’re one of them, finding a way to and from the airport can take some work logistically. However, keep in mind that an airport shuttle service can help you get back and forth between where you are and where you need to be. And since in 2012, 33% of domestic business trips included air travel, it’s not a bad idea to plan ahead for your next business trip and take the convenient shuttle services offered.
Tip #3: Plan ahead. Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, if a you’re part of a group, suggesting to rent a charter bus or town car is a great idea. There are approximately 7,000 stretch SUVs and 8,000 non-stretch SUVs licensed for limousine and charter services in the US allowing you to not only arrive in style, but as a group while lowering the amount of pollution by riding together. Charter bus rentals allow for easy travel to and from events for anyone from business groups to bachelor parties trying to get to and from their airport.
Airport transportation doesn’t have to be filled with hassle and rental cars, instead think of using motorcoaches, shuttle services, or renting charter buses and town cars for your next special event or business trip to ensure a safe and timely arrival to your next destination.