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First Class Cars launches Economy Class brand

Leading independent chauffeur company to the bizav fraternity goes Green with new Prius vehicles

First Class Cars, the UK’s leading independent chauffeur car company to the business aviation fraternity, announced today at BGAD 2015 at London’s Biggin Hill Airport the launch of a complementary new offering Economy Class.   With prices 40% lower than First Class Cars’ Mercedes S class, full frills product, Economy Class introduces brand new energy efficient Toyota hybrid Prius vehicles, all sleek black with leather seating.

First Class Cars is purchasing an initial six low emission Prius cars and will launch the service initially from its home base at London Luton Airport. The plan is to roll out the offering to all its business airport bases, including The London Heliport in Battersea, by year end.

“We are doing this in response to customer demand - from both our operator and FBO clients primarily.   They want the high consistency of service and the destination knowledge all our professional drivers offer for their clients and their crews.  Our new Prius services will also suit clients on a budget who are conscious of their carbon footprint,” said First Class Cars Managing Director Graham Coate.  

At BGAD at London Biggin Hill the company is showing off its new 16-seater Mercedes Sprinter VIP coach, running shuttle services from the BGAD Biggin Hill Airport venue to Rizon Jet’s FBO facility.  The coach features WiFi, in-seat tv and plush all leather seating, standard fit in First Class Cars’ vehicles.  The Sprinter is now available for charter from all over the UK, positioned from FCC’s offices at London Stansted Airport.  

In addition to its main operating bases at Luton, Stansted and TAG Farnborough Airports, First Class Cars also serves clients at a number of other UK FBOs.  

First Class Cars boasts a discerning international clientele from the music and film industries, who demand a high level of service, together with numerous blue chip companies.

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