Airport transfer marketplace Jayride rebrands

Friday, 17 Feb, 2023 0

Airport transfer services marketplace Jayride announced a brand refresh as it enters its second decade of trading.

Founded in 2012, Jayride started out as an offline Australian business operating across five countries.

The new brand and updated website reflects its streamlined service from start to finish.

Jayride allow travellers to compare and book rides from 3,700+ companies, servicing 1,600+ airports in 109 countries.

This includes the Americas, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia, and the Pacific.

It offers shuttle buses, shared rides and private car transfers.

The fixed prices are guaranteed and the cancellation policy provides a 100% refund if cancelled up to 48 hours before.

“The mobility market is growing at a fast pace and we are well placed with partners to deliver the increasing demands of today’s traveller,” said Rodney Bishop, Jayride MD.


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