Manhattan Limousine International  is a specialized provider of exceptional, luxury chauffeured transportation services to Fortune 500 business leaders, global business travelers, celebrities, luminaries in the entertainment and media industry and private individuals who demand the type of discreet, world-class customer service and unparalleled attention to detail that only an industry leader can offer.


Our career chauffeurs at Manhattan Limousine International  are among the best in the industry, each with an average of 12 years of experience behind the wheel. They are outstanding drivers, and are committed to punctuality, impeccable service, safety and professionalism. They have comprehensive knowledge of the New York tri-state area and are empowered to make your trip as comfortable and enjoyable as possible, while getting you to your destination on time.


With many years of experience servicing the private aviation industry, we have built our enviable reputation one satisfied client at a time. Our team of world class professionals is dedicated to maintaining the highest levels of customer service, which combines the latest in communication technology with a relentless attention to detail and state-of-the art transportation industry leadership.

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      CARACAS/BOGOTA (Reuters) - Venezuela's new legislative superbody was criticized by South American governments and Washington on Friday after giving itself the power to pass laws, superseding the opposition-led congress while ex-top prosecutor Luisa Ortega fled the country.
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