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Elektryczna taksówka na lotnisku Heathrow (2)

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IN PHOTO: British Airways First Officer Joanna Riggs British Airways has introduced a brand new and environmentally-friendly electric cab service at its Heathrow home, giving customers the opportunity to experience travelling in a legendary London taxi without leaving the airport. The London Electric Vehicle Company (LEVC) taxi features WiFi, phone, laptop and USB charging and a panoramic roof - great for plane spotting. In addition, customers can expect a smooth ride, air-conditioning and a spacious cabin with room for all of customers??? hand luggage. The taxis will join British Airways??? fleet of chauffeur-driven executive vehicles, to drive premium customers at risk of missing their connecting flight to meet their next aircraft. Customers are met by the driver at the aircraft side and are driven directly to the aircraft side of their onward flight. With every ride completely free of charge, there???s no need for customers to reach for their wallets. Daljit Hayre, British Airways??? Senior Manager, Heathrow Customer Experience said: ??sIt???s great to see the reaction of customers when they???re met by a London taxi at the side of the aircraft, waiting to take them on to their next flight. They???ve told us how much they appreciate this gesture, plus they love the space in the vehicle for their hand baggage. We???re also really pleased that using new generation electric taxi reduces our carbon footprint.??? Andy Kershaw, British Airways??? Environment Manager added: ??sBritish Airways takes its environment responsibilities seriously and this initiative is part of our overall ambition to reduce carbon emissions and those emissions that impact air quality and our local communities.??? The initiative is part of British Airways??? long-term plan to reduce emissions from all vehicles at Heathrow and follows the introduction of electric aircraft pushback vehicles. Chris Gubbey, CEO of LEVC, said: ??sWe???re delighted that British Airways has chosen our electr
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IN PHOTO: British Airways First Officer Joanna Riggs British Airways has introduced a brand new and environmentally-friendly electric cab service at its Heathrow home, giving customers the opportunity to experience travelling in a legendary London taxi without leaving the airport. The London Electric Vehicle Company (LEVC) taxi features WiFi, phone, laptop and USB charging and a panoramic roof - great for plane spotting. In addition, customers can expect a smooth ride, air-conditioning and a spacious cabin with room for all of customers??? hand luggage. The taxis will join British Airways??? fleet of chauffeur-driven executive vehicles, to drive premium customers at risk of missing their connecting flight to meet their next aircraft. Customers are met by the driver at the aircraft side and are driven directly to the aircraft side of their onward flight. With every ride completely free of charge, there???s no need for customers to reach for their wallets. Daljit Hayre, British Airways??? Senior Manager, Heathrow Customer Experience said: ??sIt???s great to see the reaction of customers when they???re met by a London taxi at the side of the aircraft, waiting to take them on to their next flight. They???ve told us how much they appreciate this gesture, plus they love the space in the vehicle for their hand baggage. We???re also really pleased that using new generation electric taxi reduces our carbon footprint.??? Andy Kershaw, British Airways??? Environment Manager added: ??sBritish Airways takes its environment responsibilities seriously and this initiative is part of our overall ambition to reduce carbon emissions and those emissions that impact air quality and our local communities.??? The initiative is part of British Airways??? long-term plan to reduce emissions from all vehicles at Heathrow and follows the introduction of electric aircraft pushback vehicles. Chris Gubbey, CEO of LEVC, said: ??sWe???re delighted that British Airways has chosen our electr
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