Stansted Express launches e-ticketing

Stansted Express, the fastest way between Central London and Stansted Airport has launched a new e-ticketing option via its website offering customers the option of requesting a new Print at Home e-ticket, helping to reduce queues and save precious time for busy air travellers using the Airport service.

The new e-ticket allows customers to book on-line, print their ticket at home and simply board the train where the Stansted Express on-board hosts will scan the barcode and verify the ticket.

It’s now that simple to book and purchase a ticket for immediate travel with Stansted Express.

Although customers still have the option to book on-line and collect their ticket at the station, the new e-ticket is already proving popular and by booking on-line passengers can save £1 off the single and £2 off a return fare, and Stansted Express will not charge a booking fee.

Adrian Warren, Marketing Manager for Stansted Express said:

“Travelling to and from an Airport can at times be a stressful experience and we continually look at ways to make travel easier.

“The new e-ticket service has been well received by both our inbound and outbound audiences in speeding-up their time at the station as they continue with their onward journey.

“With trains every 15 minutes, it really is the fastest way to arrive and depart Stansted Airport.”

To book on-line, for up-to-date travel information, on-line registration and the latest offers and promotions, customers using Stansted Express should visit the website.

Stansted Express train operator National Express East Anglia is introducing a £155m fleet of 30 brand new trains on the London Liverpool Street to Stansted Airport service, improving passenger comfort and reliability.

All the new trains will be in service on this key airport route by August 2011.



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