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    #11
    Quote Originally Posted by shadow View Post
    The problem with travelers they don' read the signage, there are two types of taxi stand sa airport, metered taxi and the more expensive airport taxi. Unang taxi stand lang kasi ang nakita sasakay, another thing before sumakay linawin muna Kung metered taxi yun sinasakyan mo
    Yeah, but with the advertisement signages, posters and other clutter around you, it's rather difficult for non-frequent travelers to navigate within our own effing airport. If you're not a frequent-flyer, you'll likely find yourself being lost half the time, while the seemingly over-friendly taxi barkers starts nibbling at you like a school of piranhas

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    #12
    Quote Originally Posted by niwde11 View Post
    thats the sad part of it. unlike in cebu airport, they will give you something like a receipt with the plate number of the taxi written by the dispatcher. i didnt notice it until the dispatcher called my attention last wed. i read it while at the taxi. funny is the rate is somewhat higher by 50pesos only to the regular rate.

    dapat parang yung ibang fastfood, "no receipt, bill is on them".:D
    hehe, nice one sir.

    Dati naman nasubukan ko NAIA to Sta. Rosa Laguna, malaki na nga kita, humihirit pa ng pang-merienda. Dinagdagan ko ng P50, gusto pa add'tl. Binara ko na, magmemerienda ka ba o lalamon? Sabay baba at alis na agad. Buwisit eh.

    One time meron din ayaw mag-metro, sabi ko i-diretso mo sa LTO, hehe, ayaw din. Nag-metro na lang.

    Suwerte ka if reimburse ng company pamasahe, pero kung personal, maintindihan ko kung bakit mas mainit ulo ng iba.

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    #13
    yung nissan airport taxi dati (de resibo at may radyo pa sila)....up to pasay P250 lang.
    then ikaw na bahala sa tip nya.

    i never take those metered yellow taxis.
    mapapaaway ka pa sa mga buwayang drivers na yan.

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    #14
    malayong malayo sila dun sa sinakyang ko na yellow metered taxi sa cebu. bill ko pagdating sa destination is 212. binigyan ko 220 since yun na lang barya ko at 100 na yung iba. aba dumudukot pa ng sukli sabi ko wag na. thank you daw.
    malaki effect talaga yung me parang complaint paper ang airport. dati nung sa lumang domestic airport pa me ganyang complaint receipt eh. minsan galing ako bacolod nasakyan ko taxi nung sinabi ko valenzuela napangiwi. sabi na lang e bahala na raw ako sa kanya. 330 yata bill ko nun bingiyan ko 400 nag thank you naman.
    so dapat ibalik talaga yung parang compaint receip tyak titino yang mga yan.

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    #15
    May nakapag sabi dati kay Pacquiao ata yang yellow metered taxi sa NAIA?

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    #16
    Quote Originally Posted by uls View Post
    tingin kasi ng mga tao pag galing abroad dami pera
    tingin ng mga demonyong taxi driver nato que abroad ka galing o probinsya lang, basta nai-spotan ka sa airport at sumakay ka ng eroplano....................PERA!
    lalo na ngayon PASKO!

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    #17
    Quote Originally Posted by niwde11 View Post
    malayong malayo sila dun sa sinakyang ko na yellow metered taxi sa cebu. bill ko pagdating sa destination is 212. binigyan ko 220 since yun na lang barya ko at 100 na yung iba. aba dumudukot pa ng sukli sabi ko wag na. thank you daw.
    malaki effect talaga yung me parang complaint paper ang airport. dati nung sa lumang domestic airport pa me ganyang complaint receipt eh. minsan galing ako bacolod nasakyan ko taxi nung sinabi ko valenzuela napangiwi. sabi na lang e bahala na raw ako sa kanya. 330 yata bill ko nun bingiyan ko 400 nag thank you naman.
    so dapat ibalik talaga yung parang compaint receip tyak titino yang mga yan.

    I attest to this, in fact, this is so even before the yellow cabs at Mactan Airport. The fare you have to pay for your destination is clear in the dispatch slip which also serve as your receipt. Medyo mas mahal nga lang ng P 50-75 compared to regular metered taxi, but to think na this yellow airport taxis are not allowed to pick-up passengers on their way back to the airport, i think the extra mark-up is fair enough.

    At NAIA-1, they also have these contracted taxis, the tariffs for each zone are clearly shown in a large display board. I usually use this services and not the metered taxis, they are a bit expensive but at least you dont have to deal later on with unexpected hassles.

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    #18
    Quote Originally Posted by crazy_boy View Post
    kaso may racket na din mga guard and taxi drivers sa departure area. just last week, sa departure area ng Terminal 2, nakikipag kontrata sa akin yung taxi driver, sinagot ko na metered taxi naman siya, aba sagot sa akin DOT taxi daw siya. e naka sando nga lang yung driver and regular taxi lang siya. yung guard naman, inabutan niya ng 20 pesos para makaparada siya sa departure area.

    alam na din ng mga taxi driver na marami pumupunta sa departure area para sumakay ng metered taxi.
    Yes, iam aware of that but let's take it as it is. wala tayong magagawa eh. We should also be responsible for our well being, So let's just be smart. always hail a taxi that had just dropped off passengers. this is what i do to avoid pricks tryin' to rob you.

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    #19
    Also, i watched this imbestigador feature 2 years or so back about the Yellow Naia taxi's hacking their meters to be able to charge more from their passengers. bumibilis ung patak ng metro.

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    #20
    Quote Originally Posted by SiRbossR View Post
    Also, i watched this imbestigador feature 2 years or so back about the Yellow Naia taxi's[SIZE=4] hacking [/SIZE]their meters to be able to charge more from their passengers. bumibilis ung patak ng metro.

    Yes, bro.,- sad to say, but we are a nation of "hack-ers"!....

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