Dubai Escorting services, which are used by clients to pick up and drop off passengers at Dubai Airport, are currently offering clients the opportunity to choose from the services offered by Dubai Escorted, which currently includes the services of the Emirates Escorts, Emirates Escort, Dubai EscORT, and Dubai Escortion UAE.
However, according to the agency’s CEO, Mr Ahmad Mansoor, the Dubai EscORTS agency is also in the process of opening up a new division, Dubai Taxi Escorts which will offer a number of services, such as airport pick-up and drop-off, that will be offered by the Dubai Taxi escorts.
He explained that this would give customers the choice to choose their own services and that the Dubai taxi escorts will also offer their clients a number the services available to them.
Mr Mansoor added that Dubai Taxi was currently seeking clients to use the services in the Dubai area and that he hoped to expand this business to other areas.
He also added that while Dubai Taxi has a long list of clients, they do not always know who the drivers are.
He said that this was a concern as the taxi escort is always under the control of the driver and he did not want to compromise this relationship.
“This is a problem because the drivers can’t always know what is happening in the cab and how much is being paid,” he said.
“This is why we have to work out a way for the drivers to tell us what is going on, and to make sure they have their contracts.”
Mr Moshari added that the UAE Escorts service has been in operation since 2011 and that it is a successful one, and that Dubai taxi companies have been able to grow with the business, and he hoped that this will continue to happen.
The Dubai Escorters are currently located in the UAE capital of Abu Dhabi, where they have been providing a number different services to clients in the city.
According to the Dubai Tourism Authority, the company operates as a taxi service in Dubai, offering passengers the option of pick-ups and dropoffs in the airport and other locations around the city as well as taxi services for other destinations.
This comes after the Dubai Transportation Authority said that it had begun a pilot project to run taxi services in Abu Dhabi.
The Dubai Transport Authority said in a statement that the company will now be operated as an authorised service and will be able to operate under the authority of the Ministry of Transport and its taxi licences.
Although the Dubai Transport authority is yet to formally announce the details of the pilot project, it did announce that they will be using a new system to conduct the taxi services and have a fleet of six vehicles that will operate between Abu Dhabi and Dubai airports.
Dubai Taxi has been operating in Dubai for more than 10 years, and has been known to operate with an average of two vehicles per week.
While it has been a successful business for Dubai taxi operators, the agency has also been criticised for its poor customer service and low standards of service.
It is not the first time that Dubai has faced criticism for its taxi services, and it comes after a number high profile cases in recent months.
In May, it was revealed that Dubai’s Taxi Board of Management had fined the agency a total of $5.3m for “serious and persistent breaches” in the taxi industry, and in August, it lost its license to operate as a company in the Middle East.
Despite Dubai Taxi’s poor reputation, the UAE has continued to grow as a tourism destination, with an estimated 4.4 million people travelling to the country last year.