Why don't you do shared transfers?

Although many of our customers have asked us, we currently don’t offer shared transfers. The main reason, is that we don’t feel that we can give a world-class service. We love our customers, and feel that they deserve the best. If you really want to know more, here’s a list of reasons:

  • Delays: Shared transfers have to wait for customers from different flights. If there is a delay in the flight, or if the last person to get in the mini-bus takes too long to claim his/her bag, or goes to the toilet for half an hour, you’re stuck.
  • Poor Quality: There are currently a couple of bus companies that offer shared transfers for various popular transfer companies. These buses (some of which make rattling noises) are almost twenty years old, and have been turned down for taking children to schools, where they have to meet stricter criteria.
  • Gimmicks: You just have to read the reviews, to see that some companies, put clients who have booked, and paid for “speedy” shared transfers, with a guaranteed maximum of 4 stops, on the bus that makes 30 stops. This happens when they realize that there aren’t enough people, to make the “speedy” shared transfer, worthwhile. So what was supposed to be a 30-minute transfer, ends up becoming a 2-hour never-ending journey.

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Although many of our customers have asked us, we currently don’t offer shared transfers. The main reason, is that we don’t feel that we can give a world-class service. We love our customers, and feel that they deserve the best. If you really want to know more, here’s a list of reasons:

  • Delays: Shared transfers have to wait for customers from different flights. If there is a delay in the flight, or if the last person to get in the mini-bus takes too long to claim his/her bag, or goes to the toilet for half an hour, you’re stuck.
  • Poor Quality: There are currently a couple of bus companies that offer shared transfers for various popular transfer companies. These buses (some of which make rattling noises) are almost twenty years old, and have been turned down for taking children to schools, where they have to meet stricter criteria.
  • Gimmicks: You just have to read the reviews, to see that some companies, put clients who have booked, and paid for “speedy” shared transfers, with a guaranteed maximum of 4 stops, on the bus that makes 30 stops. This happens when they realize that there aren’t enough people, to make the “speedy” shared transfer, worthwhile. So what was supposed to be a 30-minute transfer, ends up becoming a 2-hour never-ending journey.

 

Why risk it? Have your own personal driver pick you, and help you with the bags, as soon as you arrive.