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How To Reserve a Taxi at EBB Airport

Several travelers reserve Airport cabs at EBB for a transfer to other parts of Uganda. It may be Kampala, Mbarara, Kasese, Jinja or other notable areas. This mode of transport is cheap, convenient and a favorite for most travelers from the Entebbe Airport. If you also desire to use it, here are the steps to follow, and make a successful booking.

Go online

Load data bundles and use a search engine on your phone, tablet or computer to reach a website of a taxicab agency. Spend some time on the web and understand all the services offered.

This helps you to know whether their coverage includes the service you need. When you find them useful, go direct to the contact us page and discuss with the reservation agent.

Send an Email

Some customers choose to call, but sending an email is more secure. A phone call is not reliable because someone can easily forget your booking. It is not guaranteed that your call will be answered.

A sent email goes direct to the reservation agent. Even if the person isn’t online, he or she can find it in the inbox later and give you a reply. Other than an Email, you can send a WhatsApp message if the provided number is on WhatsApp.

Confirm with the reservation Agent

Be sure to confirm with the reservation agent. He or she is the ground handler for everything. When you confirm, he notes down your booking.

On the arrival day, she directs the driver to wait for you at the Airport. When you reach the waiting area just outside the arrivals terminal, look for a sign post that displays your names.

Share your details

Share correct travel details. It includes the arrival date, time and your names. The person responsible for your pick up will use this to connect with you at EBB.

Avoid giving out false information. It may distract the success of your trip. In case of any changes, don’t delay to notify the reservationist.

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