I’m on a train I can't complain

MAY 2010

A NEW Airtrain program will encourage businesses to make a bit of pocket money from website referrals while using the airport train service.

General manager Chris Basche says by joining the Airtrain affiliate program and placing a link on its website, a company can make $2 on every sale that link generates.

“Airtrain’s affiliate program enables online businesses and companies to earn referral fees simply by placing a link to our website on theirs,” he says.

“Online bookings are 10 per cent cheaper than standard Airtrain tickets, so customers win from our online booking system as well.

“Businesses also benefit from the knowledge they are encouraging environmentally friendly transport that also assists with alleviating congestion on our busy streets.”

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