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Wed, 30 March 2016

Redy2Go Launches Private Car Transfers in Sydney, Australia

One of Sydneys airport-CBD direct bus transfer operators, Redy2Go has expanded its operation with the introduction of private car transfers.

Available from Sydney Domestic and International Airports T1, T2 and T3 terminals, the private car transfers can be booked at either of the companys airport-based reservations desks or online.

Kevin Millard, Redy2Go Business Development Manager, said the difference between the shared ride product and the private car transfers is that they are not limited to the Sydney CBD/North Sydney and can be booked at any time, irrespective of location. 

The private car transfers are a cost effective alternative to taxis and Uber and our biggest advantage is that we offer a fixed price so you know well in advance what the fare is going to be, Mr Millard said.

The companys bright green fleet has become a familiar sight in and around Sydney since the company launched in August 2104.

We originally launched Redy2Go as a more upmarket alternative to existing transport options for Sydney inbound and outbound air travellers looking for door to door transfers to three, four and five-star accommodation in the CBD and North Sydney, added Mr Millard. Judging by the ever increasing take up for our services we moved in excess of 25,000 passengers last month - the time is definitely right to take that upmarket component one step further.

Redy2Go has also made the booking process easier with the launch of a new smartphone app. 

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