GO Airport Express has been transporting passengers since before the invention of cars or airports. Founded in 1853 by Frank Parmelee, the operation began as a carriage shuttle service between railroad lines. As modes of transportation shifted from rail travel to planes, automobiles, and flying skateboards, GO Airport Express also evolved, forming an expansive fleet of vehicles to provide airport transportation, group charters, and convention shuttles. Drivers ferry passengers from point to point in a host of vehicles, from shared vans to plush Lincoln Town Cars to tour buses and trolleys that accommodate groups big and small. As a founding member of the global GO Group, GO Airport Express belongs to an international network that services more than 100 airports worldwide.