There are many airport transfer services operating in New York City and each offers different benefits for the user. If you are trying to pick the best service for your needs this comparison report may help.
Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) January 21, 2013
Knoji, a leading provider of consumer reviews and information, today announced the availability of a new consumer guide comparing NYC airport shuttle services. There are many airport transfer services operating in New York City and each offers different benefits for different consumers. Knoji's new consumer guide aims to help consumers find the NYC airport shuttle service that's best for their needs.
An excerpt from the report is included below:
"NYC Airporter is a multi-passenger form of transport. Their shuttle buses operate 365 days a year, providing return transport from LaGuardia (LGA) and John. F. Kennedy ( JFK) airports to New York City. Buses depart each airport every 30 minutes from 5:00am-11:30pm. You can also transfer between the two airports using this service. In addition they offer a transfer between JFK or LGA and Newark Airport (EWR). The airport service stops at Penn Station, Grand Central station and the Port Authority Bus Terminal (PABT). If you are staying at a Hotel between 23rd-63rd streets in Midtown Manhattan they also offer a complimentary shuttle bus connection that will take you door to door to hotels in this region. This services runs from 9am through to 9pm."
"The New York Airport Service (NYAS) is a company that puts you in touch with several airport transfer services. They are as follows: Coach bus charters - Transport for between 9-57 people. You can arrange transport for all your travel in New York not just airport transfers. Wedding transport, transport for a conference, to the casino, theme parks and more. Private sedan town car transfers - These are available 24/7, servicing Newark, LaGuardia and JFK airports to NYC, Connecticut and Westchester."
"GO Airlink NYC offers both Shared van and private vehicle transfers. Their shared van transfers take up to 11 people at once. Either service type provides transport to and from the airports (Newark, LaGuardia and JFK). The shared van service drops off door to door from Battery Park to 129th street. They also offer drop off and pick up services to three cruise terminals in New York. These are; Manhattan cruise Terminal, Brooklyn cruise terminal and Bayonne cruise terminal. Private transfers can be organized to take you door to door, to and from NYC, Westchester and Connecticut."
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