Is Michigan Flyer still operating?
Michigan Flyer-AirRide offers frequent daily round trips between East Lansing, Brighton, Ann Arbor, and Detroit Metro Airport (DTW). This map shows our normal routes to and from DTW. Michigan Flyer-AirRide operates 365 days a year.
Who owns Michigan Flyer?
Indian Trails, Inc.
Michigan Flyer was founded by Indian Trails, Inc., and Okemos Travel, in 2006. Michigan Flyer has carried more than 500,000 passengers since it began operations―and with an extraordinary 98% rate of on-time arrivals and departures.
How do I get from Detroit airport to Ann Arbor?
Michigan Flyer operates a bus from Detroit Metro Airport to Ann Arbor- Blake Transit Ctr., MI hourly. Tickets cost $9 – $14 and the journey takes 50 min. Amtrak is a rail service that connects the US and three Canadian provinces. Covering 21,000 route miles (34,000km) Amtrak operates more than 300 trains daily.
What airport do you fly into for Ann Arbor Michigan?
Detroit Metropolitan International Airport
Detroit Metropolitan International Airport (DTW) is only 20 miles from Ann Arbor, about a 45 minute drive (at the most). Remember though, the airlines suggest arriving at least 2 hours before your flight! Major hubs are: Delta, Spirit, and US Air among others. For more information, call 734-AIR–PORT(247–7678).
How much is the train from Chicago to Milwaukee?
Which train should you take from Chicago to Milwaukee?
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How do you get from Chicago to Mackinac Island?
There is no direct connection from Chicago to Mackinac Island. However, you can take the train to Kalamazoo, take the walk to Kalamazoo, MI – Amtrak, take the Amtrak Thruway operated by Indian Trails to Mackinaw City, MI, take the walk to Mackinaw, then take the ferry to Mackinac Island.
What does Michigan Flyer AirRide do for You?
For thousands of business travelers, families, students and vacation travelers each year, Michigan Flyer-AirRide makes the trip more relaxing and cost-effective. Michigan Flyer-AirRide proudly operates and co-brands our route in partnership with the Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority.
Where does Michigan Flyer pick up passengers in Ann Arbor?
Michigan Flyer-AirRide proudly operates and co-brands our route in partnership with the Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority. Effective July 13, 2018, we began picking up and dropping off passengers at one location on the Departures Level of the McNamara Terminal. Created with Sketch.
How to get to Detroit Metro Airport from Ann Arbor?
Travel from downtown Ann Arbor to Detroit Metro Airport (DTW) with ease. AirRide provides daily trips directly from the Blake Transit Center (BTC) to North and McNamara Terminals. This convenient service is made possible through a partnership between TheRide and Michigan Flyer.
How can I Check my Michigan Flyer schedule?
It’s easy to check our schedule for any holiday. Use our “Book a Trip” feature to choose the holiday travel date and the schedule will display automatically. When special events happen in Ann Arbor such as marathons and home U of M football games the Michigan Flyer will bypass the Blake Transit Center due to road closures.