ATVO Airport-Beach Express service starts operating again
THE “SHUTTLE SERVICE” FOR GUESTS LANDING AT MARCO POLO AND CANOVA AIRPORTS STARTS AGAIN
ATVO: the shuttle bus services connecting the airports with the sea resorts is starting again. A news with the taste of “normality” from the Transport Company: after a year of break caused by the pandemic emergency involving people all around the world and forcing a lot of airports to review their activities (Treviso airport, for istance, has been closed fot a long time), ATVO has now the possibility to make the “Express” services start again. It is the connection between Venice Marco Polo and Treviso Canova Airports (as regards Treviso airport the transfer is first to Mestre and then from there to the beaches) with Lignano Sabbiadoro, Bibione, Caorle, Eraclea Mare, Jesolo and Cavallino-Treporti.
“It is an important and in some ways exciting time – said ATVO President, Fabio Turchetto – because the restarting of these services means that we are getting back to “normality”, also in Tourism sector, such an important industry for this region.
ATVO has been investing for years in order to provide best quality services to all people who decide to spend their holidays in our beach resorts as well as in the most beautiful city of the world, Venice”. Before the pandemic ATVO buses had transported with the express services over a hundred thousand passengers.
Eight daily trips including already the baggage fee and the urban bus to reach the accommodation facility in Jesolo and/or return. By booking online you can go directly to the bus departure stop at the airport, right outside the Arrivals hall, show your digital or printed tickets to the ATVO customer assistance staff and off you go, avoiding the stress of the traffic and car parking. On the way back the drop-off is in front of the passenger terminal as well. The service is provided with comfortable, air-conditioned buses, equipped with large luggage storage underneath and free wifi on board.
For infos and tickets: www.atvo.it – airport lines.