We’re sometimes asked if we will provide a small coach to collect arrivals on a ‘shared’ transport basis.
So, an important overseas visitor is heading in to see you. A lot of future business success may depend upon his or her visit and you’ll want everything to go well.
This is another in our occasional FAQ series.
We hope you find it useful.
We understand that our business clients take little more seriously than punctuality when they’re travelling to a meeting or similar.
In Australia, the normally-quoted “maximum permissible level of alcohol for safe driving” is set at 0.05% or 0.02 / 0.00 for certain categories of driver.
If you travel regularly by air, then you will have been phenomenally lucky if you’ve never experienced a flight delay.
It doesn’t matter what the reason, such things can be infuriating but they’re also a part of life, even if you’re using private aviation services.
It’s not unusual to find several colleagues needing to travel by air at the same time.
It’s also far from unusual to hear stories of this sometimes resulting in a few headaches for the organizers in situations where everybody is making their own way independently to the airport.
We’ve seen some news recently from France that caught our eye.
The police were called to a suspicious-looking vehicle in a small town. Upon arrival, they found a man inside who had simply pushed back his seat for a quick nap. What made this unusual though was the fact that he had chosen to do so on a roundabout and was actually so drunk as to be officially described as being “virtually comatose”.
We’re periodically asked whether it’s better to book a limousine for an airport collection or take a taxi.
Now we admit to being biased but even so, we’ve tried to be as objective as possible on this one. As a result, we’ve picked out a few factors you may wish to consider.
Need to transport 14 people in luxury?
Then the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter from Bayside Limousines is going to be for you!