All of Britain's airports are served by buses and coaches in some form or other, whether it be by regular services from nearby towns and cities, those many miles away, or by buses connecting them with the airport's own long-stay or off-site car parks, and a few airports are also connected by rail and tram networks. In addition, many airports use airside buses to transport passengers from the terminal building to waiting aircraft, and as such are not often in the sight of airport visitors. Thus, a wide variety of vehicle types can be seen both landside and airside, some in the livery of their owners while others are specially branded for their daily duties. In a tour of Britain's airports, Keith A. Jenkinson covers these aspects through text and photographs in this book to illustrate how the airport bus scene has changed over the past sixty years.
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Keith A. Jenkinson is a transport enthusiast who has been writing about related topics since 1977.
Airport Buses by Keith A. Jenkinson
Keith A. Jenkinson
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