The 2012 Olympic Games in London are expected to draw in a large number of high-profile, wealthy attendees. But, with an event that has the magnitude of the Olympics, it can be difficult for VIPs to find adequate luxury transportation when there are so many others trying to do just the same.
Typical economy flights and car service should be nearly out of the question for those guests who can afford to utilize finer means of transportation, as there are more than 500,000 travelers expected to fly to London on commercial airlines for the games, according to a press release. Because of this, as many as 3,000 additional private flights are expected to traffic British airports during late July and early August.
From July 14 to September 12, the United Kingdom government will lay down strict air traffic restrictions, and private flights into Heathrow and Gatwick will be be limited or banned during this time period.
Due to limitations on airspace usage, the number of travelers anticipated to be headed to London and high demand for luxury transportation, those who wish to reserve a private flight may want to do so as soon as possible.
Additionally, all attendees of this year's summer games should be aware that there will be no spectator parking available at any of the of venues hosting Olympic events. Because of this, guests should reserve chauffeured transportation as soon as possible.
Hermes Worldwide is one of the world's leading providers of transportation for special events, offering top-notch concierge services to help their customers get the most out of any trip. Limo and luxury SUV bookings in London are filling up fast, so it's crucial that interested parties make a quick reservation on the Hermes website or by giving them a call.