The reason our sites have become so popular is because unlike many of the alternatives, our guides are not just a list of facts. They are put together with the reader in mind to create a more rounded picture of the airport and destination they are visiting.
London, UK (PRWEB) October 12, 2008
After the phenomenal success of sites like the Spanish and UK Airport guides, Plus Four SL are launching the new Milan Airport Guide. As the market leaders in European Airport Guides, the same high standard is being carried through into their newest venture, with extensive knowledge of the three Milan Airports laid out in an engaging and user-friendly format.
From up-to-the-minute arrival and departure times through to pages dedicated purely to the restaurants and amenities at Bergamo Airport, Linate Airport and Malpensa Airport, everything has been covered so travellers do not need to go anywhere else for all relevant information.
Every month thousands of visitors log into their well-established guides, whether to find out about Alicante Airport Car Hire or the weather at London Gatwick, and it is expected the Milan Airport Guide will receive the same focus. The attention to detail and regular updating produces content that people have come to trust and rely upon.
Plus Four Managing Director, Gary Ingram, said: "The reason our sites have become so popular is because unlike many of the alternatives, our guides are not just a list of facts. They are put together with the reader in mind to create a more rounded picture of the airport and destination they are visiting."
For example did you know the best Milan Airport to visit if you are going for a quick mini-break from London or which one to fly to for some apres-ski? The Milan Airport Guide details it all and also includes helpful tips such as driving regulations and local laws so people don´t unwittingly get into trouble while away.
In parallel with the guides, Plus Four will also be launching a forum where visitors can ask the experts any question about the listed airports. Ingram explained: "Currently we have active message boards on our sites where visitors go for help. On the Spanish Airport Guide we regularly respond to 50 questions a day and the answers are kept on record for others to refer to."
"Clearly this is a resource that the public want so we have decided to amalgamate all the message boards into one forum and give visitors a centralised site to pose the questions they want to ask. We want to encourage people to get involved and not to be shy. You can be certain if you have a query, someone else out there is thinking the same thing and would want to know the answer."