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In recent years, an almost new word has been heard in the tourism business – transfer. “to transfer” means to transfer, move. In the direct tourist sense, this is the delivery of a group or one tourist from the place of arrival to the final destination. The usual place of arrival requiring a transfer is the airport. Why? – Airports are more often located on the outskirts or outside the destination (city). The Denver to Keystone resort shuttle is popular and crushes all major developments.
What is the difference between a taxi and a transfer?
– a taxi will always be more expensive because it is a fast mode of transport that will not wait and the downtime is paid separately by the meter;
– renting a car is a profitable purchase, but you don’t need it for a few days, but for a couple of hours, or if you are tired from the road, but what about a driver’s license and knowledge of local roads? All these are problems that not every tourist can solve on their own.
Often, when booking a hotel, the latter even offers a free transfer from the point of arrival to the hotel. But, there are more interesting situations when there is no transfer from the hotel. You don’t know the road. You are a whole group of tourists and go to the intended point for more than a dozen kilometers, and you want it to be “cheap”. Well, can you imagine what Ukrainian airlines and European low-cost airlines are? Catch the difference!
Why is the proposed transfer cheaper, despite the presence of the driver?
These are the secrets of new technologies in the service sector, which boil down to:
- work only to order;
- a greater number of tourists served by one transport (more often there are groups of tourists);
- work for a transfer to hotels may involve some agreements with hotels for partial compensation of the cost of transporting customers;
- long distances – costs are always less in terms of one km of the distance traveled;
- a lot that we do not know in the business of passenger transportation.
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