Top Tips for Smooth Airport Transfers

Professional drivers specialising in Geneva airport transfers are qualified to share a few tips with you to help you plan the fastest transit through the airport and departure en route to your final destination. Here are just some things which may make your life easier."Can't you squeeze them in?"Shuttle drivers hear this periodically. It is usually arises when they have been asked to provide transport for say five people, only to discover that a sixth has unexpectedly arrived as part of the group. As part of your booking, they will ask you to tell them how many people are in your party and whether or not you require a dedicated vehicle. If this changes, they need to be advised so that they can always ensure that the vehicle they provide has adequate space and seating. They must, of course, always comply with Swiss/French law regarding motor transport."Can't it go on the roof?"This is a variation on the above and usually relates to a passenger arriving with an entirely unexpected and huge item of outsize baggage (e.g. a double bass!).Once again, Geneva airport transfers, when pre-booked, will ask you for details of your baggage. If these change or you plan to bring anything out of the ordinary with you, please let them know in advance."Please take me directly there"The shuttle driver will always do exactly that if you have reserved a dedicated vehicle. However, if you have opted for the more economical shared Geneva airport transfers, delivery to your point of destination will need to be scheduled in by your driver, taking into account other passengers in the vehicle and an optimum journey route. This may, at times, involve you in slight delays as the driver drops people off at other locations."Why can't you drop me at the door?"Although it is unusual, some destinations may be located where vehicular access directly to the front door is either difficult or perhaps even impossible. It may be necessary for you to walk a short distance from where the vehicle is parked to get to the entrance of your chalet of guesthouse etc. If this may be a problem for you (e.g. because someone in your party has walking difficulties), then it would be advisable to check the specifics with your point of destination before you arrive."Why is it so cold in here?"If you are sharing a vehicle as part of your Geneva airport transfers service, do keep in mind that in the wintertime, the temperatures in Geneva and in the surrounding mountains can be very low. The driver of your vehicle will need to set the temperature to a level that appears to be suitable for the majority of the passengers. If your fellow passengers are dressed for Alpine winter conditions but you are in casual clothes, you may find that the vehicle's temperature is set lower than you wish. Depending upon your final destination and the time of year, please ensure that you are dressed appropriately for the prevailing conditions."Why are we waiting?"If you have opted for a shared transfer, it is possible that one of your fellow passengers may be delayed in exiting through customs etc. Although it is regrettable, your driver will be obliged to wait for them - at least for a sensible amount of time. Should the delays become excessive, your driver may decide to make alternative arrangements.All in all, a little advance communication and planning will help to make Geneva airport transfers, a fast and enjoyable experience!To get more information click here airport transfers moscow or you can also click here taxi from moscow airport

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