Moab Express offers shuttle service to airport
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Moab will soon have two daily services running shuttles from Canyonlands Field Airport. Jerry Dolejs operates the Airport Hopper, which offers daily airport shuttles. And now Tom McKay has founded the Moab Express, offering daily service between Moab and the airport as well as private group shuttles upon request.

“We invited people to discover Moab, and they are definitely coming! Our goal is to help people access Moab when flying into town with a dependable and safe shuttle. We are here to primarily shuttle people between the airport, hotels, and other popular destinations, and will strive to work in partnership with local tour guides, outfitters, and event planners,” McKay said.

McKay will offer online bookings at www.moabexpress.com. For more information about the Airport Hopper, visit www.airporthopper.us.


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