The most common formula for calculating taxi fare is as follows:
Your Taxi Fare = Initial aka Boarding Fee + (Cost per minute * time in ride) + (Cost per mile or km * ride distance)
A number of other factors affect the final fare - tolls, weather conditions, etc. To learn more about taxi fare estimation methodology, read more about this project ⟶
We classified the most common taxi services into 5 classes - ECONOMY, STANDARD, COMFORT, XL and BUSINESS, though not all services listed below are available in every city. Each class has a different rider capacity, a different cost, and a different purpose:
Approx. example: UberStart.
Economy cars are typically compact sedans like the VW Polo, Daewoo Nexia and similar.
Approx. example: UberX.
Standard cars - regular sedans like the Toyota Prius, Toyota Camry, Honda Accord.
Approx. example: UberSelect.
Comfort class service usually seats up to 4 riders in cars of premium brands. Audi A6 and similar.
Approx. example: UberXL or UberVan.
Seats 6 passengers. Cars are SUVs and minivans. Usually costs like Comfort or a little more.
Approx. example: UberBlack.
Typically luxury sedan or luxury SUV. Mersedes E-class and similar.
How to get from / to the airport
How to get to Budapest Airport
Hungary's main airport is not too far from the city. Distance from the center of Budapest to the "Ferenc Liszt" airport - 22 km.