There could be any number of reasons why you would need an airport transfer limousine hire. It could be a honeymoon, getting married, a stag night with the lads, a hen night with the girls, corporate event, business trip or maybe a well deserved holiday airport transfer gatwick to heathrow.
One of the key issues with any trip abroad is how you are going to get to the airport. You could get a taxi, however if you have a large party one taxi will not be enough. You could get a train but then you will be hoping against any delays.
Or you could drive but then you run the risk of an inevitable hold up. For a reliable, efficient, professional and relaxing airport transfer limousine hire the obvious choice has to be in a limo. The limo will arrive on time at your door,
Many can carry your luggage or at least arrange for a van or people carrier to take it whilst following on behind and it will drop you outside the airport without any need to wait for one of those annoying buses. And on the return flight home you can rest assured that the limo will be at the airport waiting to ferry you home in style.
Limo companies operate nationwide covering all major UK airports. Therefore if you need limo hire London to Heathrow or limo hire Glasgow to Glasgow International airport this will not be a problem. The size of your party will determine the limo you need to hire.
For a small party of say eight people you have a choice of any limo but to keep cost down the best choices are the traditional stretch Lincoln Town Car, Chrysler C300 Baby Bentley limo or Hummer H3 limo. For larger parties of up to 20 people a 4×4 limo such as the Hummer H2 limo,
Jeep Excursion limo or Lincoln Navigator limo is recommended. All the limousines will arrive with complimentary bubbly and on board entertainment such as TV, s, DVD players and CD players guaranteed to get you in the mood for you trip abroad.
Although hiring a limo for an airport transfer may seem extravagant it can sometimes work out cheaper than a taxi, particularly with a large number of people that are all chipping in. But it often adds to the experience of the holiday/stag night/hen night abroad and at least you know the limo will arrive on time.
Watching a television documentary about Heathrow Airport, I was struck by how much the mood seems to be changing in terms of the perceived future of flights here in the UK. Are we seeing more people looking to fly from regional airports?
If you want to fly to most places in the world from the United Kingdom then you’ll almost certainly find that it’s possible to do so from one of London’s three main airports – Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted. But would you want to fly from London?
For those people living some distance from the capital city, making use of these airports is often inconvenient and more expensive. Yet the concept of making use of smaller, nationwide airports has really only gathered pace at a fairly late stage.