FlixBus Offers Car-Free Travel from South Florida Airports to Florida Keys
FLORIDA KEYS — Travelers flying into Miami and Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood international airports now have a convenient car-free option for getting to the Florida Keys. FlixBus, a well-known European intercity mobility company that offers bus and rail services in 36 countries around the globe, has added Florida and the Keys to its network.
FlixBus passengers can ride comfortably from the two Florida airports to stops in Islamorada, Marathon and Key West. Plans call for adding stops in Key Largo and Big Pine Key later this year.
Travel from the Keys locations to the two airports is offered as well.
The transportation service operates six days per week and utilizes single-level motorcoaches with seating for 56 passengers. Buses are equipped with free Wi-Fi, an on-board entertainment portal, power outlets for charging phones and other devices, reclining seats with extra legroom, ample luggage space and a restroom.
To enhance the sustainability of their bus travel, FlixBus passengers can offset their carbon emissions with “CO2 Compensation” tickets.
Travel can be booked at flixbus.com or through the company’s app, available free at the Apple App Store or Google Play. Ticket prices start as low as $7.99 per person.[livemarket market_name="KONK Life LiveMarket" limit=3 category=“” show_signup=0 show_more=0]