Starting May 1, The GO Group will partner with a new shuttle operator in Seattle offering an improved level of service to customers traveling to and from Seattle-Tacoma International (Sea-Tac).
New to Seattle, GO SpeediShuttle, will launch a fleet of 11-pasenger Mercedes Benz shuttles featuring TEC technology, the cleanest-burning diesel engines in the world. Various models offer captain’s chairs and all have video monitors, on-board complimentary Wi-Fi and GPS systems that monitor the shuttle’s location and speed.
The company, based in the Hawaiian Island, currently serves 1.3 million travelers a year.
“We chose to expand to Seattle because Hawaii is a favorite destination for a great many Northwest travelers who are, consequently, already familiar with our service,” says CEO Cecil Morton.
GO SpeediShuttle will be the first shared-ride operator in Seattle to have a reception team at each baggage claim to greet passengers and direct them to their vehicle.
The company prides itself in its drivers, who must complete a rigorous training program that covers both safety and customer service.
GO SpeediShuttle will also provide private vehicles and a full range of business-class ground transportation services.
“We are extremely pleased to introduce GO SpeediShuttle services to Seattle,” says John C. McCarthy, president of The GO Group. “We know that King County residents and visitors will appreciate the same high quality service that Hawaiian travelers now receive.”
The GO Group, LLC is am international consortium of best-in-class airport transportation companies. Its members annually transport some 13 million passengers to and from more than 60 airports in the United States, Mexico, Canada and Europe. See website for a complete list of airports.
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