Salk’s Airport Transit Guide recently got my attention when business travel writer Joe Brancatelli called it “an absolutely essential app that improves the quality of life on the road…the bible for travelers…[that] will save them dollars from day one, as it has for me.”
For more than 30 years Airport Transit Guide has been the guide that travel agents, corporate executives, travel managers, travel journalists, and frequent flyers have come to rely on at home and abroad to get from the airport to the city. It provides all the details you need to make an intelligent choice in transferring from an airport—one that will save time or money, and often both. The guide covers just about all the transit options in a given city—including taxi, shuttle, bus, train, limousine, and more—while also noting fares, routes, travel times, pick-up points, parking rates, cruise and port transfers, tipping advice, and important safety warnings.
It’s an easy-to-navigate app for more than 460 airports worldwide that allows you to make informed comparisons and money-saving decisions, either on the spot or before your trip begins. And this, the 25th edition and the first digital edition, has been fully revised from the last, with more than 10,000 changes.
American Express, AAA and thousands of other travel agencies have used it since 1982 to help guide their travelers through the maze of ground-transportation services at airports on seven continents. Companies such as Sony, Aetna, Lufthansa, Hilton, Barclay’s, and American Airlines have purchased it for their travelers and clients.
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