June 24, 2017

Gett seeks exclusive airport taxi concession

Shahar Waiser, Founder and CEO of Gett
Image: Courtesy of Gett

Following the failure of the Ben Gurion Airport taxi tender, the Israel Airports Authority (IAA) is conducting negotiations likely to culminate in virtual cab company Gett being granted the exclusive right to operate a taxi service at Ben Gurion Airport, apparently without a tender. If the parties reach agreement by Sunday evening, the IAA announcement that Ben Gurion Airport will be open to all taxis from Monday will become irrelevant.

Among other things, reaching and signing an agreement with Gett depends on the discount rate offered by the company in return for exclusivity at the airport. This assumption is the justification for going ahead with an agreement, because it is meant to be better for passengers than full competition, which does not include discounts on the fare […]

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