The seating capacity is limited to only four members, but the interior is customized to be feature rich.
The company has added 64 new cities and partnered with Asia Miles.
DEC. Editor's Edge column: At a time of angst about TNCs, operators can apply their expertise to land more clients.
The Japanese transport ministry plans to develop the stretch limousine sector for wealthy tourists, entertainers and fun-seekers.
The cars are doing the driving themselves, and the driver is only there to monitor the performance.
The company’s sedan-heavy lineup has tanked as consumers favor SUVs for their higher ride and roomier interiors.
More travelers are booking leisure and business trips via mobile devices and computers.
Nearly 80 percent of affluent Asian consumers plan to increase spending on travel, according to a new report from Agility Monitor.
No, we're not talking about the American Automobile Association. This generation could be spending on an excursion near you.
After more than 60 fines issued, the minister of transportation says the TNC’s business model is illegal in the country.
DEC. LCT: Ground transportation may be local, but international business connections can make chauffeured service profitable worldwide.
Thailand, Vietnam and Singapore are evaluating the TNC to determine if it is sneaking past government regulators.
SEPT. ISSUE: A Japanese company took advantage of exposure from its exhibit booth during the 2013 ILCT Show to make connections.
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