SuperShuttle announces new service in Orlando, Florida

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10/31/2011

 

PHOENIX, ARIZONA: SuperShuttle International, Inc. announced today it will begin shared-ride van service from Orlando International Airport to and from Orlando hotels in the downtown, convention center, and major attraction areas beginning February 1, 2012. Customers can book reservations beginning November 1, 2011 at www.SuperShuttle.com or 1-800-Blue-Van (258-3826).

SuperShuttle has begun hiring independent operators as drivers for SuperShuttle and more drivers will be needed as the service expands to the suburbs and surrounding area. Gregg Moulton has been named the SuperShuttle general manager for the Orlando area.
 
“We are really excited about the Orlando area and can’t wait to get going,” said Tom Gahan, vice-president of operations for the area. “Being a SuperShuttle driver operator is an excellent opportunity for someone who is a self starter and wants to run their own business. We think the Orlando area will be excellent business opportunity for the right people.” 
 
As with all SuperShuttle services the service in Orlando will be also be eligible for earning airline miles or points on participating carriers including; Delta Air Lines SkyMiles®, Frontier Airlines EarlyReturns®, Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards®, United Airlines MileagePlus® ,or US Airways Dividend Miles® programs.
 

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SuperShuttle International, based in Phoenix, AZ is a division of Veolia Transportation On Demand and a subsidiary of Veolia Environment (Euronext: VIE, NYSE: VE). SuperShuttle serves 33 airports, carrying more than eight million passengers a year. Airports served by SuperShuttle include some of the largest in the country including Los Angeles, New York, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Washington, D.C. and Miami.  Please go to http://www.SuperShuttle.com for more information.

Veolia Transportation, Inc.is the leading provider of passenger ground transportation services on the North American continent, operating bus, rail, taxi, shuttle and para-transit systems in over 120 locations in the US and Canada. Veolia Transportation entered the North American market in 2001 and has quickly expanded to a national presence, with over 16,000 employees and annual revenues approaching $1 billion.  

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