Főtaxi Cabs Carry One-Third More Fares in 2022

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Főtaxi cabs carried one-third more fares in 2022, the company told state news wire MTI.

Főtaxi cabs carried passengers close to 36 million kilometers during the year. Runs to the airport more than doubled and accounted for close to one-third of fleet activity.

Nearly 1,500 cab drivers work using the Főtaxi livery and the company employs almost 90 of its own staff.

In addition to the capital, Főtaxi cabs operate in Szombathely, Pécs, Dunaújváros, Székesfehervár, and around Lake Velence.

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