On January 15 2022 the restrictions for UK residents entering France were eased and there have been further relaxations of general covid restrictions both in the UK and France. From Monday February 08 we will be reverting to our standard terms and conditions with some limited Covid cover which can be seen here.
Rest assured we will always operate with safety and security as our top priority and will adapt and change as necessary as we progress through the winter.
Private transfers will be running as normal. We are currently permitted 8 passengers In our Renault Trafics, 13 or 16 passengers In our Renault Masters and 19 in our MAN minibuses.
The Covid situation has caused severe ongoing problems for ski transfer companies for winter 21/22. From fluctuating capacity restrictions to reduced flight schedules and dramatically reduced fleet and driver team sizes. These issues are impacting our ability to provide our usual full shared service. However, we are continuing to offer shared services for this winter to provide as many options to our customers as possible. Waiting times at the airport on our guaranteed shared services may be extended, in order to build passenger groupings to cope with the difficulties described above. Currently this means that waiting time could be up to 90 during the winter season and up to 120 minutes during the summer season. The same applies on departure so pick up times may be earlier than expected in order to match groups correctly.
Our timetabled shuttle service will be in operation on Saturdays and Sundays between January 29 and April 03. This fixed time, central drop service to Morzine will be operated in larger vehicles to maximize options for travel to Morzine.
Continuing hygiene rules for all transfers (private and shared)
No passengers are allowed to sit next to the driver on shared services.
The drivers will be separated from passengers by plexiglass screens.
All passengers (11 years or older) will wear masks. Please make sure you bring one with you.
All passengers must clean their hands with alcohol gel (provided by us) on entry to the vehicle.
Passengers must not eat in the vehicles and must remove all their rubbish.
It is understood that by entering one of our vehicles, passengers are confirming that they do not have symptoms of Covid-19.
Enhanced vehicle cleaning
We will continue with our full daily virucidal vehicle cleans as per pre-lockdown procedures. In addition, there will be extra actions taken in between transfers.
Cleaning of handles used for entering the vehicle.
Airing of vehicles
Full cleaning of the passenger compartment with antibacterial and antiviral products with extra attention paid to high contact areas such as handles, buttons, glass and seat belts etc.
We hope this helps you to travel with confidence this winter and politely request you help us adhere to these sanitary measures in our vehicles. They have been put in force by the French transport authorities to enable us to operate safely and keep you and our drivers healthy and happy.
We will update this page as things change and we live in hope of normal arrangements returning as soon and as safely as possible.
Here’s to the new normal returning to the old normal as quickly as possible.