Fat Taxi Launches New Airport Transfer Service in Istanbul

Fat Taxi Rebrands Taxi Service and Offers New Affordable Options for Airport Transfers in Istanbul.

July 16, 2019 / / —

Fat Taxi has recently rebranded their taxi service in Istanbul and now offers affordable airport transfers with a unique pricing structure that helps it stand out from the competition. Headquartered in London but operating in Istanbul and Antalya Airports, Fat Taxi offers customers an affordable airport transfer service with easy online bookings, professional drivers, a large fleet of vehicles and online payment options.

The company sets itself apart from other airport transfer services in Istanbul by charging customers per ride rather than per person. This means that customers can save a lot of money if there are more than two people travelling from the airport. Fat Taxi also places a heavy emphasis on their fleet, offering seven vehicles that range from a standard minivan for 8 to a premium van that supports up to 13 people. The company has expressed plans to expand in the future to offer helicopter and yacht services as well.

Fat Taxi also places a heavy emphasis on the services included with their airport transfers. This means spacious interiors, bottled water for each passenger, onboard WiFi that is plenty for checking emails and surfing the web, and also free child and booster seats that can be arranged upon the customer’s request.

Fat Taxi already has an excellent reputation with 5 stars on both Google Businesses and TripAdvisor. Customers have commented on the “Exceptional service, fantastic communication from Sinan” and would “recommend this service as the taxis seem to be older and sometimes dirty in the Istanbul area.”

For more information or to get in touch with Fat Taxi, please refer to the contact details below.

Contact: Sinan Aydin
Web: https://www.thefattaxi.com/
Email: thefattaxi@gmail.com

London Office
Address: 105 Malvern Road, London, NW6 5PU
Phone: +447990682362

Istanbul Office
Address: Topkapi Mahallesi, Hallaç Hasan Sk.,No:23/2 34200, Fatih/İstanbul, Turkey
Phone: +905326622145

Contact Info:
Name: Sinan Aydin
Email: Send Email
Organization: Fat Taxi
Website: https://www.thefattaxi.com/


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