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Yes, there are several, and most run multiple services a day. Most will stop along the way though - rather than being a direct service. Henry's Airporter The Pickup Company Sun Air Cooloola Connections Prices and times vary, so it's best you have a look and choose the best for you and your group.


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I took (pretty much) that exact trip last week at a bit later time, and didn't feel the slightest bit in danger. The metro is crowded with all kinds of normal folks. You can't beat 5 pesos for transportation that far, and it shouldn't vary much with traffic etc. You should be able to get a seat for many of the stops since the University is at the end of the ...


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I've flown to SCL airport only once (March 2014), so my answer is not based on vast experience, but it took me over 45 minutes to get my luggage and leave the airport after the security check. If you're arriving with an international flight, the Chilean customs are very restrictive about what you can bring into the country and everybody's luggages and bags ...


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This is what I ended up doing: I took the 3am ferry from Macau to Hong Kong Island. Outside the ferry terminal I caught the N11 bus directly to the airport. It took about one hour and cost 31 HK$ (4 USD). It runs every 30 minutes, I took the 4:20am one. I was a bit concerned that 20 minutes may not be enough time to get from the ferry through ...


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Turbojet has a ferry almost every hour, all night from Macau to Hong Kong Ferry Terminal. From there you can take a short taxi ride (you could also walk but it's a bit far) to the Airport Express station and the train to the Airport. It will make your trip about an hour longer than going directly to the airport via ferry, but it sure beats staying at the ...


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Get the bus. Edinburgh's trams are a local disaster story. Given contracting disputes, failed planning and key individuals resigning (see this BBC article for more info), Edinburgh council has spent 7 years and £1 billion building a single tram line that is both slower and more expensive than the existing airport bus service. If you get the express ...


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The reference point is check in 14:15 to allow the minimum 45 minutes interval between check-in and flight ETD: Assuming you check-in on line, bag drop off, Security, transfer to gate etc is covered within that ¾hr. Once in the system just going with the flow should be sufficient. I expect departure from T3 (worst case anyway, as it happens), so 15 ...


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Standard guidelines state that for European flights you should aim to check-in two hours prior to departure. Whereas for domestic flights the Manchester airport suggests one hour. I think something in between is a good tentative plan, especially if you have luggage to check-in. Regarding the transfer time from the train station to the British Airways gate, ...


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I can't comment on how long check-in/security would take, but depending on luggage, it's at least ten minutes from the station platform to the departures lounge in the terminal, and quite possibly 20 minutes. Manchester Airport has a single, central rail station connected by long passageways with moving walkways to the terminals, so it's roughly comparable ...


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The tram takes a long way around - it takes a bit of a tour through Manchester suburbs, and it's maximum speed is 50 mph (80km/h). If there was a direct service, then the extra convenience of not needing to change would probably make it a superior option. But there isn't a direct service - you need to change at Trafford Bar or Cornbrook. I would suggest ...


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Judging by Google maps (and street view) it looks feasible during the day, though there appear to be no sidewalks in the section between the terminal building and Paradise road. You would not be the first, if you see this view. That said, it does not look like a very pleasant walk and might not be wise after dark. The 108 bus will bypass the part without ...



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