We offer Airport Limo/taxi services in Holland Landing which very reasonable/cost effective services available in the town. With our taxi services your travel to Airport will be hassle free. When you come to a new City you not only look for the Good services from your Taxi services providers but also the important information which will be use full for you in the new city. So our trained Chauffeur’s will share the important information you may need further. One thing for sure with our taxi service your tour will be Fun, full comfortable and hassle free.
What makes us different from others in Holland Landing?
Our Taxi/Limo services will be relief for you from the tiredness of your journey.
We provide one the best Lavish Limo services in Town
From Executive Limo to all type of vehicles are available
You can use our service for prom night to wedding
No Delay on Pick-up
Wi-Fi Available (Hotspot)
We are available 24×7! Call Us Anytime
So whenever are you planning to Holland Landing or From Holland Landing to Airport. Make us your ride partner.
Need help? We are available 24/7 on live chat to help you out
Contact on Whatsapp
We are also available on Whatsapp if you want to call or text
i. Clear Customs
ii. Pick-up Luggage
iii. Go to Commissionaire (security person) at the Pre-arranged Stand.
Ask him to call gta Limo service from compound
-Terminal 1 - Post (A)
-Terminal 3 - Post (A)
Meet & Greet
We offer exclusive meet and greet taxi services just for our passengers. We will meet you off your flight and assist you to your destination. We will even hold up a sign in the arrivals lounge for you.
About Holland Landing
Holland Landing is a village in the town of East Gwillimbury, located in the northern part of the Regional Municipality of York, in south-central Ontario, Canada. Its major road is Yonge Street (bypassed by the former Highway 11) and the village has bus service by GO Transit and York Region Transit. The East Gwillimbury GO train station is in the south-east corner of Holland Landing, providing weekday commuter train service. The East Holland River runs through the town and has several marinas for recreational boats.
Situated halfway between Newmarket and Bradford, the community of Holland Landing was for centuries a canoe launching place for native Indians, and a post for traders of the Northwest Fur Company. In 1793, Governor John Graves Simcoe discovered what would be the future site of Holland Landing, originally known as St. Albans, and believed this area would make an ideal shipping and defense point between York (now Toronto) and Georgian Bay.