National Express airport transfers rise 17%

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National Express has been working with Stansted on the promotion

British coach operator National Express has recorded a 17% year-to-date increase in airport transfers after over three million people have used the company to catch their flight.

The operator puts the increase down to an agreement with low cost airline Ryanair, which allows passengers to book coach transfers through the Irish carrier’s site.

National Express managing director UK Coach, Tom Stables said: “It is great to see our airport services doing so well. More and more people who are fed up of forking out for expensive taxis or standing on overcrowded platforms, will be looking for affordable alternative ways to get to the airport and jet off on holiday. Coaches provide the most reliable and convenient means of getting straight to the airport door.”

Stansted Airport, public transport development manager, Steve Mils said: “Stansted Airport welcomes the increase in frequency on the services operated by National Express, which further improves the choice and availability of coach services for passengers travelling between the airport and London.

“National Express already makes a significant contribution to Stansted’s record of over 50% of passengers using public transport, the highest of any major airport in the UK, and we look forward to continuing our long and successful partnership as we build on this excellent achievement.”
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