COLUMBUS, Georgia (WTVM) – Groome Transportation is getting ready to reopen its airport shuttle services. The company will reopen their Columbus and Auburn locations on July 15. It is asking passengers to follow social distancing protocols while riding the shuttles. All vehicles will be fogged and sanitized after each trip. Drivers and passengers will also be asked to wear masks or face coverings.
Columbus, Georgia is about 75 miles south of Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. Its airport has Delta and Atlantic Southeast flights each day. It has experience hosting local, national and international events like the 1996 Olympics. Local travel agencies such as Sunspree Vacation and A D Travel purchase blocks of round trip Groome vouchers for their clients.
Groome Transportation of Georgia is a family-owned business that operates twenty-four hours a day. Its facilities in Macon and Columbus are staffed with a manager, clerical assistant, dispatchers and vehicle drivers. The company operates shuttles between Columbus, Macon and Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson Airport; Chattanooga, Nashville and Richmond, Virginia; and a number of other destinations. The company also offers corporate and charter accounts.