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Here's How You Can Travel to Tagaytay from Manila in Just 20 Minutes

Travel in style without the hassle!
Here's How You Can Travel to Tagaytay from Manila in Just 20 Minutes
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Travel in style without the hassle!

Gone are the days when traveling entailed long hours on the road, delayed flights, and struggling through congested traffic. AirTaxi revolutionizes how you get from one destination to another, anywhere in the world. Promising ultimate comfort, convenience, and security, the company promises travel service that is both efficient and hassle-free.

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According to Paj Rodriguez, Asian Aerospace's executive vice president, AirTaxi.ph "[focuses] on Private Jet and Helicopter Charters. Asian Aerospace now has a fleet of 23 jets and helicopters (and growing!) flying domestic and international routes, and has private terminals in Manila, Clark, Cebu, Boracay and Davao to cater to the entire Philippines."

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"[AirTaxi.ph has] Gulfstream Jets (top of the line Business Jets) country-to-country, and Twin Engine Helicopters (with Safety Category A, Performance Class 1 Ratings) for city-to-city. For the island hoppers, AirTaxi.ph is known for having the Pilatus PC-12NG VIP Planes, which can land in short and unprepared runways such as Amanpulo, El Nido, and Balesin."

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Offering convenience, security, and privacy, this mode of transportation can grant shorter timeframes especially for inter-city travels where "heavy traffic in world leading cities such as Manila and Cebu" prevails. Apart from this, you can also skip the long "congested commercial airport terminals."

Paj adds, "Just imagine: no long lines in the airport, no removal of belts and shoes to get through the x-ray machine, no miscommunication about delayed flights, no noisy passengers making a ruckus waiting in the lounge, no sick passengers sneezing, coughing, and spreading germs in the flight, no bus transfers from the plane to the terminal, and no delayed and lost baggage!"

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But perhaps the most vital perk of flying via AirTaxi is its emergency services. Paj shares, "When Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) struck Tacloban, AirTaxi.ph was one of the first responders landing in the ruined airport to start evacuation and donation efforts."  They have a 24/7 call center that can be reached at Fly@AirTaxi.ph or +632-6288-900, especially in cases of emergencies.

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AirTaxi's private terminal lounge

AirTaxi surely raises the bar when it comes to travel, offering a wide range of services like "Helicopter tours, city helicopter transfers, island transfers, and daytrip destination packages." Now, traveling from Manila to Sonya's Garden in Tagaytay won't cost you hours on the road anymore! Same goes with swimming in Oslob if you're coming from Cebu! As Paj says, with Airtaxi, you're assured that you can "depart and arrive in style [and] fly in comfort and convenience."

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Private planes carrying seven passengers flying from Manila to Cebu starts at P492,800. Meanwhile, helicopter service flying within the metro (BGC Fort, Makati, Pasig, Mandaluyong, San Juan and Pasay) carrying three passengers starts at P22,900.

Get to know more about AirTaxi and its services here.

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