Delhi welcomes first fleet of e-cabs from MegaCabs
Leading airport taxi company MegaCabs has introduced its first fleet ofin Delhi, giving its clients more environmentally friendly alternatives. By the end of this fiscal year, the business hopes to have 300 e-cabs operating, up from its initial 100.
Delhi Airport is on a mission to be a net zero carbon emission facility by 2030. The e-cabs were turned on by Tarun Arora, CCO-Non-Aero, Delhi International Airport Private Limited, who stated, "MegaCabs EV fleet is a significant step in that direction.
"A large portion of DIAL's transport services are already electrified, and in the next five to six years, the company plans to switch to entirelyin and around the airport. We have held discussions with all relevant parties to attain carbon neutrality at India's sizable port."
MergaCabs' founder and chairman, Kunal Lalani, stated. MegaCabs was the first company in India to introduce radio taxi services, so it seems appropriate that we go right into the next major development in mobility—electrification. Our dedication to reasonable prices has set us apart with our services. Our EV fleet is now another differentiator that will set us apart from rivals. We are starting our transformation by deploying 100 EVs. This will be raised to 300 over time by the conclusion of the fiscal year.
To help DIAL achieve its goal of being a net zero emissions plant by 2030, we will remain a dependable partner. MegaCabs aims to expand environmentally friendly transport into new areas and support India's goal of becoming a net zero nation by 2070."
"With over two decades of expertise, MegaCabs can guarantee smooth and comfortable transport to and from the airport for commuters by offering top-notch services". According to the statement, it has completed more than 30 million rides with more than 10 million users. As of right now, it serves Goa, Bengaluru, and Delhi, and by 2024, it hopes to expand to five more significant Indian airports.