Savaari, India’s fastest growing Online Car Rental launches ‘Airport Transfer Scheme’

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Savaari Car Rentals, one of India’s leading car rental services Company today announced the launch of its Airport Transfer scheme under which, irrespective of the drop and pick-up location in Delhi NCR, the customer will have to pay a flat-rate rental tariff.


 (PressReleasePoint) - New Delhi, May 13, 2014: Savaari Car Rentals, one of India’s leading car rental services Company today announced the launch of its Airport Transfer scheme under which, irrespective of the drop and pick-up location in Delhi NCR, the customer will have to pay a flat-rate rental tariff.
 
This move follows Savaari’s commitment in offering its best world-class services to the people of Delhi NCR in which Savaari will be strengthening its presence in the coming 3 months.
 
Under this scheme, Savaari has come up with 3 tariff plans for the capital city of Delhi NCR whereby it is offering airport transfers through its premium cars at a flat rate of Rs. 299 for south and west Delhi. For transfer to and from Gurgaon, north and east Delhi, the pricing has been done at Rs. 399 while for Noida, it is Rs. 549. These prices are inclusive of waiting charges up to 2 hours at the airport, parking charges, toll and inter-state taxes and do not have any hidden cost.
 
Speaking about introducing the Airport Transfer scheme, Mr. Gaurav Aggarwal, Founder and CEO, Savaari said, “Savaari has a customer centric approach. We had feedback from our regular customers that while there are many cab providers, they miss a quality airport transfer service. Based on this we have gone ahead and fulfilled the demand”.
 
Delhi is one of the large cities in terms of demographics and the number of people living in it. The government provided various transport systems exists but they are not very efficient. The public transport is usually very crowded and the auto fares still remain a big concern when it comes to travelling out-station places. Recently, particularly for airport transfers, the car rental services have witnessed a boom.
 
“We are seeing increase in demand on a daily basis, and the fleet size is increased equally regularly to meet the demand. We expect airport to be one of our main growth drivers. This will account for good 25% of our revenues”, Aggarwal added.
 
Savaari is also planning to increase its presence in nationally and will be hiring 100 employees in the next 6 months to boost its presence and services.
 
Savaari has been providing comfortable trips to all their customers for over six years now. It has carved a niche for themselves in the field of online cab rental industry for providing quality car rentals at competitive rates. Savaari not only provides affordable rates, but at the same time, comfort, luxury and security are equally taken care of for a convenient travel thus ensuring the customer value for money.
 
After launching the Airport Transfer scheme in Delhi NCR, Savaari is planning to launch the same scheme in Mumbai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Chennai and Ahmedabad.
 
 
 
 
About Savaari Car Rentals:
 
 
Savaari Car Rentals Private Limited currently services 60 cities across the country. The company has established a network of 150+vendors and now boasts of over 2 crore trip kms and 15 lakh trip hours to its credit. Savaari, the business venture, founded by Mr. Gaurav Aggarwal, aims to bring in standardization in an industry that is ruled by fluctuating fares and service standards.
 
For further information please log on to http://www.savaari.com
 


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