This site was set up in response to the sheer number of messages we were receiving every day on our original websites. In the Airport Guide Forums all the message boards have been amalgamated so that people have just one place to visit to ask any travel-related questions and to view all previous correspondence.
London (PRWEB) March 15, 2009
For those keen to revel in a spot of Mediterranean hospitality this summer, the brand new Sicily Airport Guide from Plus Four SL could not come soon enough. Every year thousands of Brits make the trip to this spectacular Italian island to soak up the glorious weather in Sicily and enjoy some leisure time in a country that truly knows how to relax. Realising the substantial gap in the market for UK holiday-makers trying to find relevant and accurate information on travelling to Sicily, the guide was created to track down all this useful data and collate it into one centralised place.
With this project, Plus Four have pooled their wealth of expertise and experience as market leaders in European Airport Guides to form a website on Sicily that is as interesting to read as it is easy to navigate, putting a host of facts right where travellers need them: at their finger tips. Each of Sicily´s three main airports are explored in-depth and interesting snippets of local knowledge are added to keep it fresh. Catania Airport, Palermo Airport and Trapani Airport are broken down into what years of experience have confirmed to be the most appropriate categories, so that visitors can discover what they are looking for as quickly as possible without getting bogged down in inconsequential details.
They are given equal billing to ensure that all pertinent services and amenities are included. From advice on the best rates for Palermo Airport car hire or Trapani Airport car hire, to the lowdown on Catania Airport transfers or learning about buses routes or taxi fares at any one of the airports, every means of transport is covered. Finding cheap flights to Sicily can be easily done through the dedicated pages, which have Skyscanner boxes included for added speed of use. Literally everything that is necessary to create a great holiday, including listings of hotels in Sicily, can be done through this one website.
While Sicily is bordered by idyllic coastlines and bursting at the seams with breath-taking vistas and awe-inspiring architecture, it is a holiday destination as much for the children as it for adults and with the guide´s new "Things To Do In Sicily" section, visitors can find out what´s on offer long before they arrive. Whether tourists are looking to find trekking in Trapani, kayaking in Catania or water-parks in Palermo, the Sicily Airport Guide.com can lend a helping hand.
Plus Four Managing Director, Gary Ingram, said: "We are always looking for inventive ways to bring more information to the public and provide the best service possible. Our first sites, such as the Spanish Airport Guide, have proven really successful simply because we try to adhere to the rule of being informative while also being entertaining and maintaining high standards. It is not just about providing factually accurate information but about presenting it in a format that is easy to digest and engages the reader."
For all the very, specific questions that the guide may not cover, Plus Four have also set up the Airport Guides Forum. Here guests are encouraged to feel free to ask any question they want, on the premise that if they want to know, then guaranteed someone else out there wants to know too and would benefit from the answer. All queries are responded to in a prompt and efficient manner by either other forum members or travel specialists who have worked on the airport guides.
Ingram continued: "This site was set up in response to the sheer number of messages we were receiving every day on our original websites. In the Airport Guide Forums all the message boards have been amalgamated so that people have just one place to visit to ask any travel-related questions and to view all previous correspondence."