It's getting easier than ever to find affordable flights, so you can reach cities around the country, such as New York or Los Angeles as well as destinations abroad, whether it be London, Paris or Rio de Janeiro. However, the journey to the airport itself is often overlooked, especially when traveling from nearby cities or the surrounding area. Airport shuttle services include taxis, limousines and minibuses, but these can come at high prices, turning a cheap vacation into a real money pit. Driving your own car is also a costly option as you’ll be faced with expensive parking fees.
A more affordable option to consider is taking an intercity bus. Many airports throughout the United States are already connected to the bus network. This will take you easily and, above all, cheaply from many cities in the US to your departure airport. Sometimes it’s even a clever idea to travel a little further when a cheaper flight deal can be had at a specific airport. Our search engine displays all available shuttle buses to airports throughout the US and in many countries abroad.
Shuttles to airports all over the United States
Airport transfers to over 400 airports worldwide
We display airport bus transfers in both the United States and around the world. So, once you get to the airport, you can often find a bus that will take you directly to the city you want to reach. Even on islands, such as Mallorca or Tenerife, you can find affordable intercity buses that will conveniently bring you from the airport to the hotel. In addition to major long-distance bus companies, such as Greyhound, megabus or FlixBus, we also show cheap airport shuttles from smaller or regional companies, such as Flybus, Terravision or Flibco.
Airport Shuttle Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL)
- Savannah, GA ↔ Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport
- Birmingham, AL ↔ Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport
- Columbus, GA ↔ Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport
Airport Shuttle Las Vegas McCarran International Airport (LAS)
Airport Shuttle Orlando International Airport (MCO)
Airport Shuttle Miami International Airport (MIA)
Airport Shuttle Boston Logan International Airport (BOS)
Airport Shuttle Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport (MSP)
Airport Shuttle Fort Lauderdale – Hollywood International Airport (FLL)
- Orlando, FL ↔ Fort Lauderdale – Hollywood International Airport
- Tampa, FL ↔ Fort Lauderdale – Hollywood International Airport
- Gainesville, FL ↔ Fort Lauderdale – Hollywood International Airport
- Miami, FL ↔ Fort Lauderdale – Hollywood International Airport
Airport Shuttle Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC)
Airport Shuttle Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD)
- New York, NY ↔ Washington Dulles International Airport
- Arlington, VA ↔ Washington Dulles International Airport
- Philadelphia, PA ↔ Washington Dulles International Airport
Airport Shuttle Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW)
Airport Shuttle London Heathrow Airport (LHR)
Airport Shuttle Charles de Gualle Airport (CDG)
Airport Shuttle Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL)
- Ottawa, ON ↔ Montreal, QC - Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport
- Toronto, ON ↔ Montreal, QC - Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport
Airport Shuttle Dublin Airport (DUB)
Airport Shuttle Frankfurt am Main Airport (FRA)
Airport Shuttle Rome Fiumicino Airport (FCO)
Airport Shuttle Tijuana International Airport (TIJ)
Airport Shuttle Lisbon Airport (LIS)
Airport Shuttle Barcelona Airport (BCN)
How do I book a ticket for an airport bus?
You can easily book online by entering your desired airport and point of departure in our search engine. Then, you will find all available buses, and once you’ve found a connection that suits your needs, just click on the 'view deal button.' You will then be forwarded directly to the bus provider to make the booking and payment.
How can I pay for my airport shuttle bus ticket?
You pay for the ticket online directly via the bus company. Businesses typically provide a large selection of payment options, such as credit card, PayPal, direct debit or instant bank transfer.
How do I get my ticket for the airport bus?
You will receive your ticket directly via e-mail once you’ve made the payment. Several airport shuttles give passengers the option to show the ticket directly on their mobile phone; others require you to print out the bus ticket. It’s always a good idea to check in advance with your chosen bus company how to prove you’ve purchased your ticket.
How far in advance should I book my trip to the airport?
Generally, you can book intercity buses about three to four months in advance. Since the prices of many bus companies are based on supply and demand, you should try to book your tickets as soon as you can to assure the best deals. This is especially true during the holiday season and summer months, and we suggest booking four to eight weeks in advance to get the best deals.
Do children on the airport shuttle bus have to pay full price?
Many bus providers offer special child rates. Infants and toddlers usually travel on the bus free of charge. Children between the ages of 3 and 12 to 14 are often offered discounted prices. When booking, you can enter the number and age of the children traveling with you and find the best available rate.
How do I find the bus stop at the airport?
With our search engine, you can find the exact address of the bus stop as well as a map view on each bus. Once you’ve decided on a bus connection, click 'view deal,' and you will be forwarded directly to the bus provider that offers it. Before you can complete the booking, you will find the exact address of the stop at the point of departure. The exact bus stops are also noted on your ticket.
Can I board a later airport shuttle if my flight is delayed?
Usually, you book a fixed seat on a bus, but it is typically possible to rebook your trip for longer delays – if there is still available space on the next bus. Some providers automatically book a transfer on the next available bus. Therefore, if there is still available space, you can take the next bus arriving. In any case, we suggest checking the exact conditions of the company you want to travel with prior to your journey.
How much luggage can I bring with me to the airport?
Bringing luggage is no problem at all on intercity buses. Hand luggage and one large suitcase are usually included in the original ticket price. Extra items and larger pieces of luggage can generally be taken after giving notice in advance. Always keep the luggage policies of your chosen bus company in mind when planning your trip.