The third thing on my priority list when I plan a trip is Airport Transfer. Right! Once you have the airplane ticket and the hotel/place where you would be staying, the next step is to plan the transfer from the airport to your destination.
This is something that will avoid headaches or real overpriced services if you don’t want to be left there for hours until next affordable service arrives. Specially if you are arriving by night on a city you haven’t been before or a town that has not frequent services – just those when flights arrives, is a very good idea to plan ahead!
So, good news for those arriving to #Paris, Charles de Gaulle (#CDG) Aiport. Easyjet, the british low-cost company, thru its subsidiary, EasyBus has opened a new service to connect CDG Airport to downtown Paris last Friday May 15th. Their official communication states:
“easyBus, the leading value for money airport shuttle bus operator, is pleased to announce its expansion in France with the launch of a Paris city centre to Charles de Gaulle Airport service from May, with 26,000 introductory seats on sale at only 2 euros each.
The service, which will operate 80 times per day commencing Friday 15th May 2015, will run between Charles de Gaulle (Terminal 2) and central Paris, with the first bus of the day leaving Le Palais Royal / Louvre at 05:45 and the last leaving Charles de Gaulle at 01:00. Online bookings can be made from 30th March at www.easyBus.co.uk.
The service will be based on easyBus’ traditional proposition: great value – normal fares start at only 2 euros; convenience – the service is point-to-point between the airport and city centre; frequency – there are 80 departures every day; and speed – all services are non-stop and direct. And the earlier you book the cheaper it is.”
So, as introductory promotion you can buy your ticket for only 2 euros!! Sounds like a great deal, eh!?
Just in time for those arriving to the City of Love. So, if you are landing there you have the opportunity to check the #new service and report back to us! Please comment for other fellow travelers. Merci beaucoup mon ami!