Spokane shuttle partnership extended upcoming ski season

For the 2014/2015 ski season the Spokane Airport Shuttle will now be running seven days a week all winter!

Tourism Rossland, Nelson Kootenay Lake Tourism and Whitewater Ski Resort are delighted to announce they are enhancing the Spokane Shuttle service in association with Queen City Shuttles.  For the 2014/2015 ski season the Spokane Airport Shuttle will now be running seven days a week all winter!

The partners have been working for three years to improve the frequency of the Spokane shuttle which runs between Nelson, Rossland and the Spokane Airport during the ski season.  By assisting our guests to make it easier to visit the area we are encouraging more destination visitors to book ski holidays to the West Kootenays.

Dianna Ducs, Executive Director of Nelson Kootenay Lake Tourism said that “we have been so pleased with the success of this service, and have effectively doubled the number of passengers in two years to Nelson and Whitewater.

For the winter of 2014/2015 the Spokane Shuttle will run from December 6 to April 6 with no minimum number of passengers required.  Additionally the price has been reduced to $125 one way or $99 when you book return travel.  A later departure of up to 2:30 p.m. from the Spokane Airport also means that we are able to provide same day service for more guests.

“Queen City Shuttles has been an excellent partner with reliable, friendly and on-time service, and we are really pleased to continue to work with them.” reflects Deanne Steven, Executive Director, Tourism Rossland.

For more information on this service please visit www.kootenayshuttle.com/spokane.


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