DTC doubles Dubai Airports' taxi fleet


Dubai Taxi Company (DTC) has announced the expansion of its taxi fleet at Dubai Airports by 100 per cent, with the addition of 350 new environmentally friendly cabs.

The expansion is due to the growing influx of visitors, as well as numerous international events taking place in the emirate, with the aim to enhance the transport experience of both Dubai residents and tourists.

The airport taxi service is exclusively for arrivals at Dubai Airports and Port Rashid and provides passengers with round-the-clock transportation to any destination within the UAE. 

With the newly added taxis, DTC becomes one of the largest operators in the region, boasting a fleet of 5,566 vehicles and an increase in market share within the taxi sector to 45 per cent.

Mansoor Rahma Al Falasi, CEO of Dubai Taxi Company, said the extra capacity will increase trips by 30 per cent, reduce waiting time and provide quicker services to passengers.

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