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El Al Teams Up with GetTaxi

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El Al has signed an agreement with GetTaxi to offer passengers discounts for GetTaxi’s cab hailing service in New York, Tel Aviv and other cities where it operates, the Globes business newspaper reported.

The discount from JFK to Manhattan will take $25 off the usual fare of $60-85. The discount program also is available in London and St. Petersburg, Russia.

The GetTaxi service in Israel will operate to the airport, giving El Al passengers a $5 discount. The discount is not available to inbound passengers because of an airport contract that gives one cab company exclusive rights to carry passengers out of the airport.

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2 Responses to “El Al Teams Up with GetTaxi”

  1. Stanley Roth says:

    GetTaxi in New York it is a laugh. It should be Get Private Hire!

  2. Yechiel Baum says:

    Take the bus or the train. It is cheaper, faster and end the monopoly between the taxi and the bribe he paid to the contractor. The bus and train are convenient to use, cleaner, and faster than smelly, dirty cabs with drivers having no idea where they are going (on purpose to increase the fare making up the discount!). Figure it out!

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