Serving the entire Emerald Coast from Pensacola to Destin to Panama City (and everywhere in between, including South Walton and Scenic Highway 30A), Sunshine Shuttle & Limousine is 30A’s transportation partner.
“We have 24 hour reservations, online booking, and transportation software to make your trip as fun and convenient as possible,” said John Finch, Owner of Sunshine Shuttle & Limousine.
Finch founded the company in 2004, with a vision of bringing the highest level of pre-arranged transportation services to Northwest Florida. Today, Sunshine Shuttle offers taxi, shuttle, limousine, and bus transportation services for all major Emerald Coast airports, including Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport (ECP), Northwest Florida Regional Airport (VPS), Pensacola International Airport (PNS), Destin Florida Private Airport (DTS), Sheltair Private Airport (Sheltair – ECP), Destin Jet, Miracle Strip Aviation (KDTS) and CEW Airport, among others.
“When we started, we only had one van,” said Finch. “Now we have over forty vehicles to transport any size group.”
Sunshine Shuttle’s extensive fleet includes sedans, mini-vans, large passenger vans, shuttle buses, motor coaches, stretch limousines, and even classic vehicles such as a Rolls Royce and convertible Volkswagen Beetle (perfect for weddings). The company also relied on by the most prestigious resorts in the region for daily transportation needs.
To make reservations for an airport transfer, a wedding group, a tour group or just a night out on the town, call toll-free 1-866-650-6333 or visit Sunshine Shuttle & Limousine’s website.
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