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Flughafen-Limousine und Taxiservice - Airport Limousine und Taxiservice
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Limousine or Taxi - Toronto Forum
If we have been visiting in recent years, my familiy has used the airport shuttle but we want to know how simple and secure it is to take a limousine or taxi from the airport. Absolutely secure and they are awaiting you outside the terminal.....their tariffs are zone oriented.............
Simple and very secure - just obey the taxi or limousine waiting line sign. Limousines " are not chic stretched limousines, but still a little more spacious than cabs. Here is the Pearson website that displays the prices of limousines and cabs in different parts of the town.
I think we could drive with the limousine options this year. Here's a tip I use all the while saving cash and still getting a limousine at the taxi price. From the airport there are two packages, one for limousines and a lower one for cabs.
In 98+% of cases, if you are waiting in the "taxi" waiting line, you will get a limousine. You can still only calculate the taxi fare because they pick you up in the taxi line. When the next higher car is a limousine, just leave the passenger behind and almost 100% sure that the next one will be a limousine.
Whatever the cause, practically no genuine taxi other than a van drives at the airport. They' re practically all limo city trucks. You can find the packages here: You' ll have to put in $2 for the actual tax supplement. d. I'm not sure if all those automobiles you see in the taxi line are limousines - the difference between the two is so small that it can be difficult to tell them apart.
And I think the most credible hint is that cabs have rooftops while limousines don't. A Pearson airport taxi would be a Mercury Grand Marquis, Ford Crown Victoria or sometimes a mini van; a Pearson airport limousine is almost always a Lincoln Town Car. Taxi's are exclusively for airport services, as they are separate from downtown taxi's (either Toronto or Mississauga) and the airport's standard seems to be slightly higher. mattInTO, you will find most vehicles in the "taxi line" without taxi bill.
In addition, the automobiles are part of the big limousine firms. The next you' re at the airport, you can see for yourself. I' d be driving a limousine if you had a free will. Fares are about the same for taxi and limousine (more or less). Some of the cabs at the airport I took (to get back to Toronto downtown) weren't the best there are.
Limousine service often offers a lump sum and can therefore be less expensive than a taxi, especially in periods of high visitor numbers. Prices may differ between limousine operators, but getting from Toronto Airport to any location in the GTA will cost between $45 and $80. YYZ Limo has an $40 sales deal to any location from the airport to Toronto (www.yyzlimo. ca) or you can review with some of the other businesses on-line.
But getting a limo is probably the best choice! Taxi drivers have to add an extra charge to be picked up from the airport, so a taxi that drops someone off can't collect anyone without paying the right to do so - possibly why fewer and fewer taxi drivers in the line and mostly limousines.