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Our Prices
East Midlands Airport
From 24
Birmingham International
From 35
From 30
From 60
Heathrow Airport T1,T2,T3
From 85
Heathrow airport T4,T5
From 85
From 88
From 89
From 109

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Taxis Leicester- Taxis in Leicester providing taxis for Leicester and surrounding areas - Airlink Taxi - We Offer Taxi and Airport services to both the local community and Businesses around Leicester.

We are a family run Leicester business dedicated to providing a personalized first class, reliable and efficient taxi service. Our staff strives to provide the most courteous and efficient service and all staff are experienced with excellent geographical knowledge of the areas they cover.
All our vehicles are air conditioned fully insured and scrupulously maintained.

We specialise in airport transfers covering East Midlands Airport, Birmingham International, Gatwick, Stansted, Heathrow and Luton airports. 

We welcome enquiries from prospective clients travelling on holiday or for business.

You can relax as soon as you book a taxi with Air link as you will be in the safe hands of a friendly and professional company whose drivers offer over 60 years combined experience. 

You can be sure of a punctual and reliable service whatever the time of day or night and wherever your destination may be.

At Air Link, our drivers are a key part of our service.  Our drivers are friendly, courteous, knowledgeable and keen to ensure your journey goes smoothly and is enjoyable for you. 

All our drivers are fully licensed and insured, they are all Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) checked and are required to pass a stringent professional medical.  All drivers wear smart casual attire, but if you require more formally dressed chauffeurs, please make this known to the operator at the time of booking.

If you need futher information about the airport you're travelling to please contact us.


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