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Dot2Dot was a demand responsive airport bus service and company operating in London, United Kingdom. It started operations on 1 November 2007, after National Express rebranded the Hotelink business it acquired in April 2007.
Dot2Dot operated a mixed fleet of Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and Volkswagen Crafter minibuses and carried passengers from London's Heathrow and Gatwick airports to any location in a defined area of Central London or Canary Wharf, and vice versa. The company promised to have no more than three stops between pick-up and drop-off. On 18 July 2008, Dot2Dot withdrew the service to Gatwick Airport though this was later re-instated.
National Express announced in late 2008 that not having turned a profit, Dot2Dot would close in early 2009 if no buyer was found. In January 2009, Dot2Dot was sold to Corot plc of Milton Keynes for £1. Operations ceased in November 2009.
- Companies House extract company no 2590727 Smooth Limited formerly National Express Dot2Dot Limited formerly Hotelink Limited
- Launch of Dot2Dot and acquisition of Kings Ferry National Express 12 November 2007
- Millar, Alan (March 2009). "Questions over NatEx future as it sells National Express Dot2Dot". Buses Magazine (648): 5.
- Hotelink - Heathrow to London airport transfer service by National Express Dot2Dot Archived September 11, 2009, at the Wayback Machine. Dot2Dot
- New look for NatEx Hotelink service Bus & Coach Professional 26 September 2007
- National Express gives up on National Express Dot2Dot Bus & Coach Professional 3 November 2008
- Dot2Dot bus service sold for £1 The Wharf 13 January 2009
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