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Blacklane Makes Strides In Airport Transfers

Posted on November 9, 2017
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Blacklane’s recent acquisition of US-based Solve, which offers VIP concierge services, will strengthen its foothold in the market, where it already has the potential to displace one of the major income streams of inbound tour operators – airport transfers.

Solve is an 18-month firm that offers services such as curbside and airside passenger meet-and-greet, fast-track security, expedited customs and immigration, and lounge access, which ties in neatly with Blacklane’s business model of offering high-quality rides at fair, fixed, and all-inclusive rates bookable on its website, mobile app, or via distribution and channel partners in real-time with instant confirmation.

TTG Asia article here

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