Holiday Taxis looks to grow

September 2006
Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;9/15/2006, Issue 2734, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on the plans of Holiday Taxis' new managing director, Neil Herbert, to expand into new destinations. The former Holiday Extras sales director declared that the U.S. is a potential destination for the company, as is providing taxis from cruise ports as well as holiday ports. He said that the company will also concentrate on contracting more alternative modes of transport including limos, helicopters, and minibuses.


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