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s a number: Journey: Fill in a road name, an airline name or a name of a hospital. The system didn't recognize the adress.
Make sure it is accurate - it can be a road, an international airport, a name of a hostel or a location for an event. Housenumber: On the basis of your ticket number we have calculated the pick-up-date. Please note that the chauffeur monitors the air traffic situation and if you want to take more your own attention when you leave the airfield (customs, etc.), add this information to the last stage notification to the chauffeur.
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So I thought about taking a cab to pick us up from Toronto International and take us to our shelter. I' ve been noticing that there's a $10 charge for picking up from airports. Does this apply to all cabs from the airports or only to pre-booked service? Go to the Floor Control Office and get in line for a cab.
He will keep the line running quickly and request further cabs to wait in a nearby line if necessary. There is really no need to pre-book a cab or limousine from the airports and if so, a reputable firm would not require an added $10.
Limousines and taxi cabs always wait and are not dazzled by excessive payment or acceptance of an invitation from someone who approaches you at the airports. Incidentally, what is the name of your accomodation and how many in your group, as there may be a lower cost alternative with the UP Express Train, local transport or a free bus service if it is an international destination.
The Toronto Pearson website, like all large airport websites, provides a list of all available surface transport alternatives. As mentioned above, it is not necessary to book in advance. Normally it is best to pick up only one taxi/limousine from the waiting line, but it is useful to have the telephone number available for a business just in case, for the uncommon opportunity, when there is a very long waiting time.
You can then call and schedule a pick-up from a particular firm so that you do not have to be in the general waiting line. If there is no big problem with the climate (snow storms or a big rainstorm ), there should be no long waiting time for a limousine or a cab.
I' ve been using Pearson for 30 years and never remember a period when I had to spend more than 10-15 mins waiting for a trip. Outside of Pearson I was in Pearson last night and, as the others say, you generally don't have to long await a taxi/limousine.
At Toronto International Airports, sometimes very tiresome taxiouts come directly to your terminals and ask if you want a cab (although warnings are made). Disregard them all and go to the area provided and take a cab from there. Yeah... this happens at almost every big north american aerodrome - totallygnore them.