Published on : Thursday, March 14, 2019
RelaxOnSylt.com, is the first online air travel service that efficiently connects Europe and Sylt. The service solves the door-to-door problem of travellers, with unbeatably short travel times, high flexibility, comfort and environmental friendliness.
Frankfurt am Main, 14.03.2019. With Relax on Sylt, the island is reached quickly, flexibly and with low CO2 emissions. In a first step, availability and a cost overview are determined on the basis of the postcode and the number of passengers, which are communicated by email. In a second step, the details of the journey, such as means of travel, dates, duration and, if applicable, accommodation, are verified and a total price will be determined.
Sylt is one of the favourite islands in Germany. It is difficult and protracted to reach with conventional means of travel, by road, rail or scheduled flight. Relax on Sylt organizes the journey on request from the home door or office to the destination door using specially developed algorithms that optimally connect the travel media vehicle and aircraft.
Travellers are usually picked up by vehicle at their desired address and transported to the next airport determined by the algorithm. Here, experienced professional pilots take over and continue the journey directly to Sylt. Arrived on the island, a vehicle waits and takes over the transport to the destination.
The combination of the earthbound vehicle for the short feeder route and the aircraft for the longer route is usually unbeatable in terms of economy and travel time with conventional means of travel. The CO2 emissions of the entire journey are considerably lower than those of comparable scheduled flights. It is also lower than the average per person emissions of a car on the entire route. The travel time of the vehicle and aircraft combination is significantly shorter than the continuous use of a single transport medium.
RelaxonSylt.com is a service of EveryAir AG. The german flight service provider from Frankfurt am Main currently uses 23 aircraft. The average age of the aircraft is 4 years. All aircraft are maintained according to strict guidelines in Germany and flown by trained and licensed professional pilots. A high degree of flight safety and many years of expertise are the core of the business model.