Check out market updates

Landline adds Fort Collins pickup spot, with 3 daily trips to DIA

FORT COLLINS – Landline, the airport shuttle service that connects passengers to Denver International Airport from Northern Colorado Regional Airport, will add service next Monday from the Colorado State University Transit Center in Fort Collins.

The new service will provide three trips daily from CSU, leaving at 5, 6:35 and 9:05 a.m. and arriving at DIA at 6:45, 8:30 and 10:25 a.m., respectively. The three daily trips returning to Fort Collins will leave DIA at 5:40, 7:08 and 9:15 p.m., arriving at CSU at 7:45, 8:40 and 10:50 p.m., respectively.

“In direct response to customer feedback, we have added a pick-up location in the heart of Fort Collins, close to public transportation, allowing students, business travelers and families easier access to our service,” said Hannah Tamura, a Landline spokesperson and CSU alum, in a prepared statement. “Landline is reliable, affordable, comfortable, and now with the addition of the Old Town/CSU Transit stop, even more convenient.”

The motorcoach service includes free wi-fi, in-seat power outlets, reclining leather seats with extra legroom and onboard restrooms.

Shuttle cost is $35 each way between the CSU Transit Center and DIA. The price of a one-way

ticket from Northern Colorado Regional Airport to DIA is $29, which includes complimentary parking at the airport for up to three weeks. Children ages 12 and younger will ride free to and from both locations until Sept. 6.

The Landline Co., with headquarters at 113 S. College Ave. in Fort Collins, has run its 35-passenger buses from the Fort Collins-Loveland airport to DIA since 2020 as well as booking and baggage-check services for United Airlines passengers. Starting last September, those using any airline have been able to ride and then check luggage at DIA. The service expanded its service to nine daily trips each way in December.

Source: BizWest