On Airport Transportation: NYC Car Service Options

Living in NYC, I have a lot of options for how I get to and from the airport when I am traveling. I have as many options for that, as I have airlines to fly.

I’ve been through every single public transportation option that there is and I also have been through more taxis than I care to count. I’ve done the public bus. I have tried all the van and shuttle services.

None of them are fun or fast though you can say they’re more efficient than car service in terms of the environment and conservation.

Still, sometimes things happen and you need to take car service. Or you might just want to, and feel overwhelmed by all the options, since there are so many in NYC.

When I want to take a car, here are my two favorites:

Blacklane Limousines – Like Uber, these guys are up on their technology. They have an incredibly easy to use site that works on computers, tablets and smartphones eaqually well and with substantial ease. They also have their own dedicated app and are active on social media. The cars are clean and modern, the drivers well informed and professional. It’s a great service experience. Visit their site here.

Luxor Limo – Like Blacklane, Luxor has a terrific site that’s easy to use and works well across platforms. They don’t have an app but they are on all social media. What sets Luxor apart for me, is harder to put my finger on. The cars are so spotless they seem as if they just rolled out of a showroom, the driver never asked me a single question about directions or routes, he knew exactly how to get to my home. (Which is often hard for drivers to find because Astoria is part of an unusual Queens address and numbered street system that throws drivers off.) I was met in the terminal for my ride home and I didn’t have to look around to find my driver, as I often do when using car service. All I had to do was sit back and enjoy the ride. Which I did. Visit their site here


Both my initial rides with these companies were complimentary for the purposes of a review. I was not paid to write about them. I have since booked their services on my own for other trips.

  • June 16, 2015

    This black Mecedes looks fantastic ! The price are really ok. Googd luck and thanks for sharing.

  • November 09, 2016

    It is always really nice to know that there is transportation waiting for you at the airport when you get there. This can definitely help make finding your destination a lot less stressful. Travelling in Limousines could be a great experience. I would for sure try it.

  • March 16, 2017

    Hi
    Great Post!I think it’s important to consider airport transportation because, like you said, public transportation often takes a lot of patience. Not that it’s bad to wait, but it can be difficult to learn to navigate a public transport system in a new city that has a specific schedule. Airport transportation can help save you a lot of time on your trip, overall.Airport limousine service is one of the most renowned and major transportation services in Toronto. Though there are innumerable service providers, if you need one that is really affordable, very professional and prompt then Airline Limousine is one of the best choices.
    Thanks For sharing this post. Keep sharing!

  • February 19, 2018

    There are a lot of options to choose for airport transfers, but a private limo or sedan service is one that one must hire to make his/her transfers smooth and comfortable. Professional companies can provide the best transfer services to the travelers. Thanks for the informative article!

  • June 14, 2018

    Great site. Good information.

  • January 25, 2019

    Nice work. This site is very perfect and usefully information.

  • February 01, 2019

    J’adore this luxurious vehicle and it’s really good service!

  • February 27, 2019

    Thanks for sharing….

  • March 10, 2019

    Nice article, I think it’s a very helpful article for us. That’s very important to consider airport transportation. Thanks

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