It is never easy to travel during the festive season. But, whether you are travelling on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Years Eve or even New Years Day we will provide you a service that makes everything much simpler. Transport services will be adding a 100% seasonal surcharge to their services on these days, don’t worry! Exclusive Airports has something amazing to share with you with just £10.00 surcharges on these seasonal days! Think of it as an early Christmas present from us to you…
The season date and timing schedules are as follows:
Dec 24th: 18:00 – 23:59
Dec 25th: 00.00 – 23.59
Dec 26th: 00.00 – 23.59
Dec 31st: 18.00 - 23.59
Jan 1st: 00.00 – 23.59
But wait! There’s more, as the attractive features don’t just end there. Worried that your flight schedule may change due to the festive rush? We have got it covered. Our friendly and dedicated customer support team will watch your flight and keep their eyes open for any updates or changes, and what’s more? This flight monitoring service is completely free! We also have a free waiting time service of 30 minutes after your flight lands followed by an additional charge of £0.35p for every minute that the driver waits after that. However, if you feel that 30 minutes isn’t long enough, it’s not a problem. Simply ask for extra free minutes when booking your journey.
We will treat you just like a VIP with our special ‘Meet & Greet’ service. Our drivers will hold a signboard bearing your name at your arrival point and carry your luggage to the vehicle before swiftly taking you to your destination. For any additional stops and diversions along the way, simply select the option ‘Diversion’
Exclusive Airports has always proved to exceed customer expectations. Regardless of location and time, we remain ready and waiting to offer you the best service possible. Our customer care support team is available 24/7 to answer your questions and queries.
So, what’s stopping you? Go ahead and make your reservations and celebrate Christmas and New Year in style.
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