NEW YORK– This city already has a round-trip transportation service to its international airports with the door-to-door mode. It has been implemented by the Ugo Shuttle company presided by the Dominican Carlos de la Torres, who made his official presentation on Tuesday night in a renowned restaurant in Upper Manhattan.
Of the Towers and Erick Kings, director of publicity of the mentioned company, offered the operative details of the first 12 shuttle buses that, in principle, will transport to the airports JFK Kennedy and the Guard, and for next the first of June to the Newark Liberty .
Vehicles will pick up at the homes of people who make their reservations in Harlem, Washington Heights, Inwood and the Bronx. Their buses have WI-FI, televisions, music and luggage compartment. Each passenger is allowed to carry two free bags.
Ugo Shuttle seeks to fill a gap since the five companies that now transport to airports do not offer the same breadth of territory and comfort.
To access this service, people can book from New York by phone at 212-288-7400, through the free application of that company or through their website ugoshuttle.com . To return from Santo Domingo to 829-946-8239, with a cost that starts at $ 20 per person.