Terravision

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Terravision
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Terravision YN57 FWF on Stansted service.JPG
Founded 2002
Headquarters Rome, Italy
Service area Europe
Service type Airport coach services
Routes 13
Destinations London, Liverpool, Manchester, Milan, Rome, Trapani, Palermo, Malta, Dolomites, and many others
Daily ridership 10,000
Website www.terravision.eu

Terravision, founded in 2002 in Rome, is an airport transfer company operating in Europe. The company currently operates out of 14 low cost European airports.

Terravision carries around 10,000 travellers per day. It specialises in airport transfer between low cost airports and city centres. The firm employs more than 300 people worldwide.

History[edit]

To respond to the boom of low cost flights in the early 1990s, Fabio Petroni created the Terravision group. The company opened its first route, between Ciampino Airport and Rome city centre, in 2002 and now has more than 18 airport transfer services all over Europe.

In October 2013 Terravision formed an alliance with City Sightseeing that will see it sell bus tour tickets.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Terravision to offer city sightseeing products Travel Daily News 17 October 2013

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