Stagecoach launches Jet airport link
Stagecoach Bluebird have started their latest route, a brand new express bus service connecting Aberdeen Airport with the City Centre and the bus station and rail station at Union Square.
The ‘JET’, as the route will be branded, began operation this morning (Monday 16 August) and offers a fast and frequent public transport option to reach Aberdeen Airport. The service will operate 7 days a week with a 30 minute frequency throughout most of the day.
A limited stop service, the new route will be the only direct link between the Airport and the city centre, with onward travel available at both the bus and rail stations at Union Square.
Speaking about the new service, Stagecoach Bluebird Managing Director Andrew Jarvis said: “We are delighted to be introducing the JET 727 route to Aberdeen Airport. By offering a direct, fast and reliable route to the Airport every day, we hope to persuade people to give us a try, saving them money and reducing their carbon footprint.”
“The JET vehicles and stops will be specially branded so that they’re easily recognisable and with our great range of tickets on offer it’s never been easier to get to the Airport, whether for business or pleasure!”
The new service will cost only £1.70 for a single ticket, £2.80 for a day return or £3.00 for a period return which can used within 28 days.
For further information on the Jet 727, download the timetable at www.stagecoachbus.com or call 01224 597590.
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