Central Florida
Taxi App

App Store and Google Play booking apps. Immediately available for locals and tourists.

Local, Long Distance, Airport and Cruise Port Transers, and more..

Immediate, ASAP,  or Advanced Reservations.

Our taxi passenger app allows users to book rides by connecting them with taxi drivers or car services. Users can register, manage their profile, and use GPS to set their pickup and drop-off locations. The app provides fare estimates, allows immediate or scheduled bookings, and displays wait times, vehicle, and driver details once a ride is confirmed.

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Taxi Service Area

Orlando, Florida, and its surrounding areas within a 62-mile radius include numerous cities, towns, and communities. Here's an extensive list that covers a wide range of locations within our service radius:


1. Orlando
2. Kissimmee
3. Winter Park
4. Altamonte Springs
5. Sanford
6. Apopka
7. Oviedo
8. Lake Mary
9. Clermont
10. Winter Garden
11. Leesburg
12. Mount Dora
13. Deltona
14. DeLand
15. Eustis
16. Longwood
17. Maitland
18. Windermere
19. Winter Springs
20. St. Cloud
21. Casselberry
22. Tavares
23. Groveland
24. Lady Lake
25. Bithlo
26. Ocoee
27. Winter Haven
28. Lake Wales
29. Haines City
30. Auburndale
31. Davenport
32. Ocala
33. Lakeland
34. Plant City
35. Tampa
36. St. Petersburg
37. Clearwater
38. New Port Richey
39. Sarasota
40. Bradenton
41. Venice
42. Titusville
43. Cocoa
44. Melbourne
45. Palm Bay
46. Daytona Beach
47. Ormond Beach
48. New Smyrna Beach
49. Port Orange
50. Palm Coast
51. Flagler Beach
52. Bunnell


53. Oakland
54. Gotha
55. Sorrento
56. Minneola
57. Astatula
58. Umatilla
59. Fruitland Park
60. Tangerine
61. Howey-in-the-Hills
62. Mascotte
63. Geneva
64. Zellwood
65. Lake Helen
66. DeBary
67. Pierson
68. Crescent City
69. Astor
70. Welaka
71. Altoona
72. Grand Island
73. Paisley
74. Lake Mack-Forest Hills
75. Christmas
76. Wedgefield
77. Geneva (Seminole County)

Communites and Neighborhoods:

78. Baldwin Park (Orlando)
79. College Park (Orlando)
80. Thornton Park (Orlando)
81. Audubon Park (Orlando)
82. Lake Nona (Orlando)
83. Hunter's Creek (Orlando)
84. Celebration (Osceola County)
85. Harmony (Osceola County)
86. Poinciana (Osceola County)
87. Reunion (Osceola County)
88. Four Corners (Osceola/Polk County)
89. ChampionsGate (Osceola County)
90. Heathrow (Seminole County)
91. Wekiwa Springs (Seminole County)
92. Sanford Historic District (Sanford)
93. Mount Plymouth (Lake County)
94. The Villages (Sumter County)
95. Clermont Chain of Lakes
96. SODO (South of Downtown Orlando)
97. Lake Buena Vista
98. Windermere Butler Chain of Lakes
99. Doctor Phillips (Orlando)
100. Williamsburg (Orlando)
101. Meadow Woods (Orlando)
102. Southchase (Orlando)
103. Dr. Phillips (Orlando)
104. Pine Hills (Orlando)
105. Lockhart (Orlando)
106. Wedgefield (Orlando)
107. Geneva (Seminole County)
108. Sorrento (Lake County)
109. Mount Dora Historic District (Mount Dora)
110. Tavares Historic District (Tavares)
111. Winter Park Chain of Lakes
112. Alafaya (Orlando)
113. Union Park (Orlando)
114. Waterford Lakes (Orlando)

Please note that this list is extensive but not exhaustive, and the Central Florida region continues to grow and evolve, so new communities and neighborhoods may emerge over time. Additionally, some cities listed may be near the edge of the 62-mile radius from Orlando.

Airport Transfers

Pick up and drop off service airports, immediate and/or advanced reservations accepted: 

Orlando International Airport (MCO) - Located in Orlando, it is the largest and busiest airport in Central Florida, serving as a major gateway to the region.

Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB) - Located in Sanford, this airport handles both domestic and international flights and is an alternative to Orlando International Airport.

Orlando Executive Airport (ORL) - Also located in Orlando, this is a general aviation airport used for private and corporate aircraft.

Kissimmee Gateway Airport (ISM) - Located in Kissimmee, it serves general aviation and some charter flights.

Advanced Reservations Required for these airports:

Leesburg International Airport (LEE) - Located in Leesburg, this airport serves general aviation and some commercial flights.

Daytona Beach International Airport (DAB) - Although technically in Volusia County, Daytona Beach is often considered part of the greater Central Florida region.

Melbourne Orlando International Airport (MLB) - Located in Melbourne, it serves both domestic and international flights.

Lakeland Linder International Airport (LAL) - Located in Lakeland, this airport serves general aviation and is home to the annual Sun 'n Fun Aerospace Expo.

Space Coast Regional Airport (TIX) - Located in Titusville, it serves general aviation and some charter flights.

Bartow Municipal Airport (BOW) - Located in Bartow, this airport primarily serves general aviation.

Winter Haven Regional Airport (GIF) - Located in Winter Haven, it is a general aviation airport.

Cruise Ports

Orlando, Florida, is not directly on the coast, but it is relatively close to several cruise ports in Florida. Here's a list of cruise ports and the cruise lines that operate from ports near Orlando:

1. Port Canaveral (Cape Canaveral, Florida):

   - Port Canaveral is the closest major cruise port to Orlando, located about 45 miles east of downtown Orlando.

   - Cruise Lines: Multiple cruise lines operate from Port Canaveral, including Carnival Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean International, Disney Cruise Line, Norwegian Cruise Line, and more.

   - Popular destinations from Port Canaveral include the Bahamas, the Caribbean, and cruises to the Eastern and Western Caribbean.

2. Tampa Cruise Port (Tampa, Florida):

   - Tampa is located approximately 85 miles southwest of Orlando.

   - Cruise Lines: Tampa is served by several cruise lines, including Carnival Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean International, and Norwegian Cruise Line.

   - Cruises from Tampa often include destinations in the Western Caribbean and Mexico.

3. Miami Cruise Port (Miami, Florida):

   - Miami is located about 230 miles south of Orlando, making it a longer drive but still accessible.

   - Cruise Lines: Miami is one of the busiest cruise ports in the world and is served by numerous cruise lines, including Carnival Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean International, Norwegian Cruise Line, MSC Cruises, and more.

   - Miami offers a wide range of cruise itineraries, including trips to the Caribbean, South America, and beyond.

4. Fort Lauderdale Cruise Port (Fort Lauderdale, Florida):

   - Fort Lauderdale is approximately 215 miles south of Orlando, accessible by car or shuttle.

   - Cruise Lines: Fort Lauderdale's Port Everglades is a major cruise port with cruise lines like Carnival Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean International, Princess Cruises, and others offering various itineraries, including Caribbean and transatlantic cruises.

5. Jacksonville Cruise Port (Jacksonville, Florida):

   - Jacksonville is located approximately 140 miles northeast of Orlando.

   - Cruise Line: Carnival Cruise Line offers cruises from Jacksonville to destinations in the Bahamas and the Caribbean.

While these ports are not directly in Orlando, they are within a reasonable driving distance, and many travelers from Orlando choose to fly or drive to these cruise departure points for their cruise vacations. Keep in mind that cruise itineraries and availability may change, so it's essential to check with the specific cruise lines for the most up-to-date information.