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The simplest choice is taking the 747 bus line. It runs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and takes about 45 minutes to an hour depending on traffic. It also features WiFi service on lots of the buses and luggage racks. The bus stops at many places between the Lionel-Groulx and Berri-UQAM metro stations. The ticket costs 10 dollars and includes unlimited access ...


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Both are North city BUT there are not direct public transport links between them. Dub airport is ~12k North of city centre. Ferry terminal ~4k East of city centre. The ferry terminal is not very well served by public transport - there are buses going out there from city centre. I'm local in Dublin and it looks like google maps has the right options: 25min ...


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AIRail is a collaboration between Deutsche Bahn and Lufthansa to transport passengers by train instead by aircraft from one airport to the other. This trips are like flying, since you get a boarding pass including seat assignment for a certain train. Even the train stations are treated as "airports", since for example Cologne main station has its own IATA ...


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There really isn't a general rule to availability of such transfers but airlines seem to reserve the right to provide it if they deem it fit to do so. For example: United's Rule 17: Rule 17 Ground Transfer Service UA may provide or procure ground transfer service between airports and city centers, between airports and any point in a Passenger’...


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The Munich airport (both terminals) is well connected to the city center by train. The S1 and S8 S-Bahn lines stop at the airport, just follow the signs after baggage claim. They run every 10 minutes and will take you to München Hbf, the main train station. Or get off the S8 slightly earlier at Marienplatz, which will put you right in the middle of the city ...


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If you can't afford, or don't want to pay the $5 for the Air Train, you can take the 'A' train from the port authority stop to Lefferts Boulevard. Get on a Downtown/Brooklyn Bound A train. http://web.mta.info/maps/submap.html Once there, you can take a Q10 bus. You can see this bus on the subway map. There are other buses too. Keep in mind that while this ...


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When you arrive on Greyhound in NYC, you will be in one of the underground levels of the Port Authority bus terminal. From here, take the escalators one level up to the subway level. The lower level is somewhat sloped; the escalators you want are uphill at the far (highest) end of the level. On the subway level you can purchase a MetroCard to pay your subway ...


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I have never done it but doing some research if you walk to the corner of the Premier Inn Car Park and into the trees there is a small bridge over the River Mole 4 steps up and 4 down this brings you at the Travelodge Car Park . There is a local bus starts at 3 am for £1.60 each free if you have a bus pass OAP.


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Thai Airways and Air China are both in the Star Alliance. As such (and sometimes in other cases as well), you may be able to check your bag through at bag drop in China by showing your connecting ticket, although this is far from being a given (contact Air China if you want a definite answer). If this is available, you should be able to obtain your ...


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According to Rome 2 Rio, the taxi would only cost you few $ (less than 10) to get from the airport to the city center. Then if you google "Coimbatore airport taxi", you'll find a lot of companies where you can book a taxi in advance :) Adding some links (I haven't tested any of these companies) : http://www.savaari.com/coimbatore/airport-taxi https://www....


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Yes, you can leave the international airport once you clear immigration and customs; meet your brother, then go to the domestic terminal. As a visitor to India, you will need to have either a visa or are exempt from a visa (for example, you are an Indian citizen). Therefore, you can choose to enter the country at the international airport. Here are the ...



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