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A ski transfer is often the quickest, fastest and easiest way to get from the airport to your chosen resort. There’s a number of different transfer options available, but it’s simple to choose what will work best for you and your group. We don’t offer ski transfers as part of a package but we’ve put together a quick guide below on the different types of ski transfer to resort.

There’s also a quick search and book function below for Ski Lifts who are a specialist ski transfer provider serving the Alps and North America.
 

 

 

Shared Transfers

As the name suggests this is a transfer service shared with other passengers who aren’t in your group. These ski transfers normally run to a fixed schedule and can offer great value for money, especially for smaller groups where the cost of a private transfer may be prohibitive. The disadvantage is you won’t have sole use of the vehicle, there may be a wait at the airport and the van may do pickups and drops offs elsewhere in resort in addition to your hotel or apartment.

Private Transfers

You’ll have sole use of the vehicle and the driver will be waiting to meet your flight on arrival. There are no other pickups or drop offs in resort and the return transfer will be scheduled only to match your homebound flight. Private ski transfers can be more expensive for smaller groups but are often better value on a per passenger basis when the group numbers four or more passengers.

Rail Transfers

It’s normally better value and more convenient to use a rail transfer when arriving at Geneva airport and travelling to one of our featured Swiss resorts. Swiss Rail transfers are clean, punctual and there’s a choice of first and second class carriages.

 

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