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Hovertravel fast track regular users with new Priority Boarding areas

For the first time today Hovertravel's regular users gained fast access through new Priority Boarding areas at the Ryde and Southsea terminals.

Each day, season card and travel card holders can now head to the priority boarding line and, in the event of a shuttle service, Priority Card holders will take priority where seats permit.

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Regular Hovertravel users now have a Priority Boarding areas at Ryde and Southsea

Additionally, the area will be used for Hovercare customers who have pre-booked Hovercare assistance.

Loretta Lale, head of commercial at Hovertravel, said: “We are always looking for ways to enhance the service we give to customers . We have introduced our new priority boarding areas, so we can ensure our loyal and regular customers enjoy the best possible experience with us.”

The benefits only apply to customers who have booked on a flight, as Priority card holders not booked on a service will not be boarded in place of other passengers who are booked and in the terminal.

Posted on 1st May 2018 at 08:24 am in Ferry Operators | Hovertravel | Ferry News |

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