The extension of services across North America contributes to Get-e’s growing presence in more than 900 destinations and comes following increased demand from carriers operating in the region who have benefited from building consumer confidence in travel.
AMSTERDAM – Get-e is expanding its ground transportation operation for airline customers across North America, with services now available in Denver, Las Vegas, San Francisco, Seattle and Montreal with Salt Lake City services starting soon – showcasing its increasing status as the crew transfer provider of choice for airlines in the continent and worldwide.
The extension of services across North America contributes to Get-e's growing presence in more than 900 destinations and comes following increased demand from carriers operating in the region who have benefited from building consumer confidence in travel.
Alexander van Deudekom, CEO and founder, Get-e says: “Last year’s reopening of the transatlantic market combined with the return of business travel are driving the current travel appetite. North America has always been a substantial and critical market for several of our customers, and we have launched crew transfer services in new destinations across the continent to support carriers as they increase activity with confidence.”
Before launching services Get-e always carries out an extensive selection process to ensure the best suppliers are sourced, guaranteeing high levels of health, safety service and competitiveness.
All transfers are tracked via GPS, and if there is any foreseen delay, an alternative driver is automatically dispatched. Carriers using Get-e’s platform to book crew airport transfers benefit from receiving a single invoice each month plus full visibility of costs, trips, travellers and pricing. Alongside the reduced costs afforded by Get-e’s global reputation, crew managers and finance departments can significantly reduce their administration time.
Get-e’s in-house multi-lingual operations control team speak 20 different languages and provide support 24/7, monitoring and coordinating all transportation requests.
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