ISTANBUL - Demirören News Agency Otobüs A.Ş., owned by the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality, on Sept. 27 won the tender for the shuttle bus transfer service from and to the new Istanbul airport. Nine companies offered their bid, but Otobüs A.Ş. won the contract with a 750 million Turkish Lira ($125 million) bid at the tender, which was held by the Istanbul Public Transport Authority, or İETT. The previous tender was canceled by the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality on Sept. 13 on grounds that “no public interest emerges from the contract.” The Altur-Havaş-Free Turizm consortium had won the tender on Sept. 4 in a 475.5 million lira ($79 million on that day’s rate) bid, including VAT. The winner was expected to carry 75,000 passengers between 18 routes in the city center and the new airport on a daily basis for a 10-year period. Istanbul airport, shuttle bus services, tender … [Read more...] about Municipality firm wins renewed tender for shuttle services to new Istanbul airport
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Beds, Herts & Bucks 6 September 2018 Share this with Facebook Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share this with Email Share this with Facebook Share this with WhatsApp Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window Email Share this with Email Facebook Share this with Facebook Messenger Share this with Messenger Messenger Share this with Messenger Twitter Share this with Twitter Pinterest Share this with Pinterest WhatsApp Share this with WhatsApp LinkedIn Share this with LinkedIn Copy this link https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-beds-bucks-herts-45432055 Read more about sharing. These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel An airport shuttle bus driver has been found guilty of stealing £38,258 from customers' fares. … [Read more...] about Airport bus driver pocketed £38k in fares
Everyone loves a holiday - but it's fair to say getting to the airport and making your flight in time can be a somewhat stressful experience. Once you're at the airport, you need to be certain about where to park, how to get through security and what to do with your luggage - and with ever-changing rules about all of those things, it can be stressful. Fortunately for us here in Bristol, you can travel to a range of destinations from Bristol Airport for relatively cheap prices. However, the airport's rural location can make reaching the terminal a bit of a challenging process, so there's certainly a lot to think about. However, there are some helpful hacks out there which will make your Bristol Airport experience a whole lot easier and enjoyable. If you want to make sure your holiday gets off to a good start, here are some useful tips to help you out. There's an airport shuttle bus from Bristol city centre Bristol Airport might not have a rail link, but that doesn't automatically mean … [Read more...] about The best hacks and advice for travelling from Bristol Airport
Published June 27, 2018 A local airport shuttle service has been in conflict with locals who live near its terminal, and it has now come to light that the company has no permit for the spot. As can be seen in the above photo, tour bus company Airport Direct has taken to using one street of this neighbourhood, Skógarhlíð, as their own personal parking lot. They park on sidewalks. They offload huge groups of noisy tourists at all hours, when people are trying to sleep. They narrow the passage for cars and cyclists by parking a long row of buses along the side of the street. This has caused considerable discomfort for the locals who live near the parking lot, which is effectively acting as a bus terminal. Things have gotten so bad, in fact, that the nearby fire department has complained that the constant tour bus traffic has made it difficult for their fire engines to navigate through the neighbourhood. Björn Axelsson, a planning representative for the City of … [Read more...] about Icelandic Airport Shuttle Disturbs Locals, Operating Terminal Without Permit
Summer 2018 is here and more and more of us are looking to escape thew country for a week in the sun. Airports are not a particularly fun environment and it becomes even moe stressful once you take into account size of Manchester Airport. Unless you’re a massive fan of the overpriced bars there really isn’t a lot to do except sit around and hope that it's all as hassle free as possible. The airport is also under going a pretty major face lift as the new 'super-terminal' is built. The airport has promised a ‘better, faster and more modern’ airport experience with T2 doubled in size. Bosses aim to slash off-peak security queues to just five minutes, double the number of airport jobs to 40,000 in 30 years and add 10 million annual passengers over the next decade. Automatic bag-drops, more stands for aircraft and a huge car park are also included. One thing that can't be solved though is an inconvenient time or even worse, a delayed flight, or if you’ve … [Read more...] about What are the best hotels near Manchester Airport?