Myths discourage airport travel

Oxford Bus Company 23 (CF14 OXF), a Plaxton Panther-bodied Volvo B11R, operating the Oxford-Gatwick Airline service when new in 2014. PHIL HALEWOOD

The coach industry needs to dismantle negative public perceptions if it is to gain a much greater share of the market for travel to and from airports. So says Transport Focus in research it has produced for Heathrow Airport and the Department for Transport to understand how the coach travel option is perceived by users and non-users and how airports could increase the proportion of air passengers using public transport.

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