GrabHeli lets you beat Manila traffic when GrabTaxi and GrabCar can’t

GrabTaxi, Southeast Asia’s largest land transport brand, unveiled two new services – GrabPay and GrabHeli in front of the media at the Philjets hangar in Pasay.

GrabHeli by GrabTaxi
GrabHeli by GrabTaxi


Paper or Plastic..

Due to popular demand, GrabTaxi has officially launched GrabPay. Now, passengers can use their debit or credit card to pay the ride. The paperless option is available only to GrabCar, GrabCar+ and GrabHeli bookings.


GrabTaxi has made the transition from cash to credit as seamless as possible for passengers.


To register, passengers just need to enter their credit card details in the payment section of the settings, wait for approval and when they book rides, they’ll be able to select credit card payment already. When a passenger books a GrabCar with GrabPay, all they need to do is get in and out of the car, no more looking for change and they receive the e-receipt immediately.

GrabPay has been rolled out to all GrabCar Peers, and passengers who book rides with GrabCar and GrabCar+ will have the power to choose their preferred mode of payment after registering with GrabPay.

Book a Ride to the Skies

GrabHeli launch
GrabHeli launch

In partnership PhilJets, GrabTaxi adds GrabHeli to their growing product offerings. GrabHeli, which is in its beta stage, will be tested for three months.

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For Php 3,888 per person, anyone registered with GrabPay can fly around Manila in an aerial tour of Makati, BGC and Pasay. Unique GrabCar promo codes will be given to GrabHeli passengers to take them to or from PhilJets’ helipad in Manila Domestic Airport.

Pre-booking a GrabHeli will be available weekly from Saturdays to Wednesdays through the GrabTaxi app with fixed flight schedules during Fridays and Saturdays at 4pm.