easyBus, the leading value for money airport shuttle bus operator, is pleased to announce its expansion in France with the launch of a Paris city centre to Charles de Gaulle Airport service from May, with 26,000 introductory seats on sale at only 2 euros each.
The service, which will operate 80 times per day commencing Friday 15th May 2015, will run between Charles de Gaulle (Terminal 2) and central Paris, with the first bus of the day leaving Le Palais Royal / Louvre at 05:45 and the last leaving Charles de Gaulle at 01:00. Online bookings can be made from 30th March at www.easyBus.co.uk.
The service will be based on easyBus’ traditional proposition: great value – normal fares start at only 2 euros; convenience – the service is point-to-point between the airport and city centre; frequency – there are 80 departures every day; and speed – all services are non-stop and direct. And the earlier you book the cheaper it is.
This is easyBus’ second Continental European service, operating in partnership with SARL Chamexpress and is the first in the French capital. Consumers will now be able to transfer between Charles de Gaulle Airport and Paris centre at the lowest possible price.
Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou, easyBus chairman and “easy” brand owner, commented: “Paris is often regarded as an expensive city to visit. By providing year round budget airport transfers easyBus will help travellers’ euros go that extra kilometre – that means more opportunity to enjoy what this great city has to offer. I’m confident we can make a big impact on Paris as a popular tourist destination.”
Andrew Martin, owner of SARL Chamexpress added “Our first easyBus route in the French Alps has been an outstanding success and we look forward to repeating this in the French capital. With over 11 years experience of providing low-cost airport transfers in France, the synergy between our two brands make our ongoing partnership a natural progression and continues our goal of delivering the best value airport transfers for our customers”.
easyBus operates 8 other routes, In France; Geneva Airport to Chamonix, and in the UK; for travel to/from Central London, serving Gatwick, Stansted and Luton airports. These include Stansted to/from City (Old Street) and Baker Street; Gatwick to/from Waterloo, Earls Court and London Victoria; and Luton to/from London Victoria and Liverpool Street.