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    Blacklane, New York

    Blacklane, New York Review

    On a recent journey from JFK to PUBLIC Hotel in central New York, we decided to take the opportunity to enjoy the chauffeuring services of Blacklane. Having enlisted the services of Blacklane on several different occasions in many different countries, we knew we were in for a good experience and were able to relax in the knowledge that our airport transfer would be a most relaxing experience indeed.

    And we weren’t disappointed. When we got to arrivals, our driver was there waiting for us as expected, given the impeccable service we have received in the past from Blacklane. On this occasion, we were travelling in a black Escalade, which was parked ready and waiting for us outside. Our driver kindly relieved us of our luggage and we relaxed into our seats to enjoy the journey.

    Blacklane offers a range of cars from their fleet, which you’re able to select yourself via their website. This flexibility means that no matter what your party size or how much luggage you have in tow, Blacklane will have a vehicle to ensure you’re transported in style. They also send helpful text updates and keep an eye on the arrivals, so you need not worry about constantly updating them in case your flight is delayed.

    “We’re always blown away with the service from Blacklane, and for that reason they come highly recommended by us as a fantastic service to ensure you arrive wherever you like in complete style.”

    On this journey, we were pleased to note that Blacklane’s service was as exceptional as the other occasions we’d had the pleasure to use them. They’re professionalism as a team is second to none. As wonderful as travelling the world is, the travelling aspect itself can often be tiring and stressful, and Blacklane have always made our airport journeys a hassle-free experience each and every time.

    Once again, our car was immaculately clean both inside and out, and it was certainly big enough for two people with plenty of room. We also decided to book our return journey with Blacklane, and relaxed in the knowledge that we would make a safe and timely arrival at the airport for our return journey.

    We’re always blown away with the service from Blacklane, and for that reason they come highly recommended by us as a fantastic service to ensure you arrive wherever you like in complete style. We’re looking forward to using Blacklane again in the future, and won’t miss an opportunity to recommend them to our friends.

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