El Mirage to Phoenix Airport
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Our Daily Schedule
What is your daily schedule?
We pick you up on your schedule 24/7. Our professional drivers are normally 5-10 minutes early at your home, or right on time at the airport. You get to pick the time we pick you up.
What is my pickup time at the airport?
We normally pick you up 30 minutes after your plane lands for domestic flights, or 45 minutes after for international flights.
What happens if my flight is delayed?
Pickup times automatically adjust to 30 minutes after you land if your flight is delayed for domestic flights, or 45 minutes after you land for international flights.
What happens if my flight arrives early?
You can always call or send us a text if you want us to pick you up early, and we will let your driver know that you are ready to be picked up. Otherwise, we will pick you up at the scheduled time on your reservation.
How soon should I make a reservation?
Although there is no set rule that prevents you from booking last minute, it's a good idea to make your reservation as soon as possible to make sure a driver is available and prevent any delays.
How long does it take to go from Phoenix or El Mirage?
Trips to and from El Mirage in normal traffic are about 35 minutes versus about one hour and 15 minutes on the bus or a shuttle with a bunch of people. Rush hour will normally add 15-45 minutes (30 minutes on the average).
What time should I be picked up?
2 hours before is normally enough time. The airport recommends you to be there 2 hours early to get through security and to your plane. Boarding usually starts 30 minutes before your plane takes off. However, one hour and thirty minutes is normally enough time. So if the drive from El Mirage to Phoenix takes about 35 minutes, then 2 hours before your flight takes off if normally good.
How is Your Service Different?
- Any Address - We pick you up at your home, hotel or airport.
- Better - most rides are non-stop in a nice car.
- Flexible - we pick you up on your schedule 24/7.
- Safer - we don't leave you at a bus stop and we have better drivers.
- Faster - most rides take half the time and it's just you in the vehicle.
- More Convenient - door to door and no need to arrange or pay for other companies to get home.
- Affordable - once you add it all up, it's the same price.
Our Better Drivers
Who are your drivers?
Most of our drivers have been driving professionally with the public for more than 10 years. They have excellent people skills and are usually very knowledgeable about the area (what to do, best restaurants, history and attractions). Some of our drivers are also professional tour guides that go to the Grand Canyon and many other destinations.
We have high standards for our drivers including safety, reliability and customer service. Drivers are very helpful with bags. They get the door for you. All drivers go through extensive background checks with the airport in order to pick up passengers.
We also train them by driving them through the airport, explaining all the rules, and showing them where to pick people up and drop people off.
Our Great Company
With more than 4,500 customers and a few years in business, Airport Shuttle of Phoenix owns El Mirage Shuttle, and has drivers all over the State of Arizona. Our main office is 5 minutes from PHX airport in Phoenix, AZ.
Airport Shuttle of Phoenix
2406 S 24th St Suite E102
Phoenix, AZ 85034
Phone: (480) 757-3010
2018 Travel and Hospitality Award Winner
Our Infamous Competitors
What is Super Shuttle's review rating on Consumer Affairs and Google?
- 1.1 out of 5 = 22% on Consumer Affairs (99 reviews, updated 5/18)
- 1.5 out of 5 = 30% on Yelp (929 revs., 5/18)
- 2.6 out of 5 = 52% on Google (8 revs., 5/18)
1.4 out of 5 stars 29% out of 1,036 reviews from the sites above.
What is Arizona Shuttle's overall review rating?
- 2.5 out of 5 = 50% on Yelp (63 reviews, updated 5/18)
- 2.5 out of 5 = 50% on Yelp (69 revs., 5/18)
2.5 out of 5 stars 50% out of 132 reviews from Yelp sites above.
What is Uber's overall review rating?
- 1.4 out of 10 = 14% on Trust Pilot (845 reviews, updated 5/18)
- 1.7 out of 5 = 34% on Product Review (485 votes, 5/18)
- 1.8 out of 5 = 36% on Consumer Affairs (456 revs., 5/18)
- 2.5 out of 5 = 50% on Yelp (193 revs., 5/18)
- 2.7 out of 5 = 54% on Site Jabber (1,049 revs., 5/18)
1.8 out of 5 stars 36% out of 3,028 reviews from the sites above.
What is Lyft's review rating on Yelp, Trust Pilot and Consumer Affairs?
- 1.6 out of 5 = 32% on Consumer Affairs (142 reviews, updated 5/18)
- 2.4 out of 5 = 48% on Site Jabber (340 revs., 5/18)
- 3 out of 5 = 60% on Yelp (92 revs., 5/18)
2.2 out of 5 stars 45% out of 574 reviews from the sites above.
What is Greyhound's review rating on Yelp, Trust Pilot and Consumer Affairs?
- 1.2 out of 5 = 24% on Consumer Affairs (250 reviews, updated 5/18)
- 1.5 out of 5 = 30% on Yelp (90 revs., 5/18)
- 2 out of 5 = 40% on TripAdvisor (118 revs., 5/18)
1.4 out of 5 stars 29% out of 458 reviews from the sites above.
Things You Should Know
Does it make sense to take an Uber or Lyft?
Uber and Lyft drivers often cancel once they arrive at your house, because the app doesn't tell them where they are going until they arrive at your home. Usually drivers don't want to drive that far and not get paid for two hours to drive back, or they are unavailable to work for that long. This may result in you missing your flight after 2-3 of them cancel in a row, and they charge you $5 each time for the cancellation. You then try to contact Uber or Lyft over the next week to get a refund, and they don't even have a phone number.
Another thing to consider is that Uber and Lyft drivers are never interviewed, so you may get a depressed guy complaining about his life, a tiny car with no leg room or a creeper. Uber and Lyft also do not train their drivers and the airport is moderately confusing to most people, so they usually have no idea where to go.
How reliable is the Greyhound bus or an Arizona shuttle with a lot of people?
Companies that do shared rides will try to pick you up an hour or two earlier, but they make no promises about when you will actually get to the airport. If you're on a tight schedule, the shared ride option with Arizona shuttle or the Greyhound is probably not a good idea. Extra stops and scheduling with other passengers can either make you too early or potentially late. Even with great drivers, passengers can be unpredictable and end up making everyone miss their flight.