New transfer service to Three Valleys

11th February 2014, by Abi Butcher

Fluidcar has a fleet of Audis to make skiers' transfers to the Three Valleys much easier

Fluidcar has a fleet of Audis to make skiers' transfers to the Three Valleys much easier

A new airport transfer service to the Three Valleys launches on 1 March in a bid to help make skiing trips to the French resorts more cost effective and fuss-free.

FluidCar is a car share company from which skiers can book and drive a luxury 4X4 to their chosen resort within the Three Valleys from Geneva airport. The car is taken away in the resort, but returned at the end of the skier’s holiday for the drive back to Geneva airport.

The company is launching the service as a trial for the remainder of the season, using a fleet of Audi Q5s equipped with winter tyres and roof racks. FluidCar says it will reduce transfer time by offering a door-to-door service, eliminating queue time at car rental counters, waiting for the bus shuttle at Geneva and, because fuel fees are included in the price, negating the need to re-fuel on the way to the airport.

When it launches on 1 March, the service will cost £225 one way, or £450 for a return journey to the Three Valleys resorts of Courchevel, Meribel, Brides-les-Bains, La Tania and Les Allues.

FluidCar founder and director Mike Rosam said: “Forget the hairdryer-style rental cars that struggle up mountain roads, or paying £700-plus for a family-size hire car, our 4X4 SUVs are safe and reliable, plus you won’t be wasting time. Our FluidCar reps will be waiting outside arrivals at Geneva airport and come directly to clients’ accommodation with our luxurious cars ready to hand over the keys. No one else offers this service within the ski industry.”

The company aims to expand to different resorts for next year, but which ones are to be confirmed.

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