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5 reasons airport transfers are the best way to travel to the airport - Travel_tips

 

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  1. You get what you pay for
    When you book a private airport transfer, you get what you pay for in the best possible way. You pay the cost of the transfer and that’s it. 

    When you hire a car, you pay for the cost of the rental, which is partly based upon the type of car you want, and then you have insurance, and fuel costs on top of that! 

  2. You feel like a VIP
    One of the best things about a private airport transfer is the movie-star feeling you have when you land at the airport and see your driver waiting for you with your name on their sign, ready to whisk you away as soon as you’ve collected your suitcase.

  3. You don’t need to argue with the GPS lady
    There’s one thing worse than a back-seat driver: a dashboard driver. 

    When it first came onto the driving scene, the GPS seemed like the best thing since sliced bread. That was before she started recalculating, nagging, and being so right all the time (even if she was taking you to George Town, Tasmania, when you want to go to Georgetown, NSW).

    Travelling in a private transfer vehicle removes the bossy dashboard box, so you can let your hair down and enjoy the scenery.

  4. You can start your holiday the second you zip up your luggage
    Why wait until you land in your holiday destination to start relaxing?
    With an airport transfer booked you can pour yourself a celebratory glass of champagne and start your holiday as soon as that suitcase is packed.

  5. You can stay together
    The Newcastle Airport Information Services team can transfer one to 500 people at a time.
    If you’re travelling for a bucks shows, or bridal showers, schoolies, or a family reunion if you have the people, we have the power to move you.

Whether you’re departing the airport, or have just arrived into Newcastle, the team at the Newcastle Airport Information Services Desk can arrange the perfect airport transfer for you.

Call the Newcastle Airport Information Services Desk to book your airport transfer now:

  • Phone: (02) 4928 9822 

  • Email: nais@newcastleairport.com.au

 
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