The Flying Taxi (Japanese: そらとぶタクシー Flying Taxi) is a form of public transportation service in Galar provided by the Galar Taxi (Japanese: ガラル交通 Galar Transport) company. These taxis are carriages pulled by Corviknight and piloted by a Cabbie. After attending the opening ceremony for the Gym Challenge in Motostoke Stadium, the player is granted access to them by a League Staff member. After this, the player can access the Taxi from the Town Map or Habitat screen of the Pokédex, free of charge.
In addition to the Flying Taxi the player regularly uses, there is a local Flying Taxi in Wyndon located in front of the Rose of the Ronderlands Hotel and Wyndon Stadium. This taxi will take the player to and from the two aforementioned locations, the Monorail Station, and after becoming Champion, the Battle Tower as well.
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Like Fly and its other counterparts, the Flying Taxi typically takes the player to that given area's Pokémon Center. Some larger cities, like Motostoke and Hammerlocke, have several Pokémon Centers, some which the player does not have access to until they have progressed to a certain point in the story.
|Fields of Honor||In front of Armor Station||After arriving on the Isle of Armor|
|In front of the Master Dojo|
|Training Lowlands||In front of the Warm-Up Tunnel entrance||After interacting with Digging Pa|
|Tower of Waters||In front of the tower||Interact with the Master Dojo Student guarding the entrance.|
(Both available regardless of which Tower the player ultimately chooses)
|Tower of Darkness|
|Slippery Slope||In front of Crown Tundra Station||After arriving in the Crown Tundra|
|In front of the Max Lair entrance|
|Freezington||In front of Freeze Inn|
|Giant's Bed||In front of the Iron Ruins||After interacting with the door|
|In front of the Rock Peak Ruins||After interacting with the door|
|Snowslide Slope||Next to the Watt Trader||After interacting with the Watt Trader|
|In front of the Iceberg Ruins||After interacting with the door|
|Crown Shrine||In front of the Crown Shrine entrance|
|Three-Point Pass||In front of the Split-Decision Ruins||After interacting with the door|
|Dyna Tree Hill||On the western side of the Dyna Tree Hill island|
In the anime
Pokémon: Twilight Wings
The Flying Taxi service has a recurring role throughout the miniseries.
In Training, Bea traveled to the Wild Area in a Flying Taxi. However, she accidentally left her smartphone in the taxicab, which prevented her from calling for help when she and her Pokémon were trapped in a cave. The cab reappeared at the end of the episode, where the Cabbie driving it returned the phone to Bea.
In Assistant, Chairman Rose spotted Oleana from the sky and picked Oleana up and took a Flying Taxi together while heading back to his office.
In Sky, all of the children from the hospital took a Flying Taxi to Wyndon Stadium for one of Leon's matches. John took a Flying Taxi late, having overslept for Leon's match. He spotted Leon getting lost on a mountain on the way and picked him up. However, they were forced to proceed on foot in order to make it to the match in time. The next day, Victor and Gloria approached the Flying Taxi, requesting for a ride.
In the manga
Sonia was seen traveling towards Henry and Casey's location on Route 9 aboard a Flying Taxi. However, as she was flying over Route 7, the Flying Taxi was attacked by Sordward's Klinklang, causing it to crash-land.
In the TCG
This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring the Flying Taxi in the Pokémon Trading Card Game.
Cards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format.
Cards listed with a silver background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.
|Corviknight||Darkness Ablaze||156/189||Explosive Walker||062/070|
- The Flying Taxi was based on a Hackney carriage.
- Braviary's Pokémon Shield Pokédex entry implies that it was originally considered to work as the Flying Taxi Pokémon, but due to its hotheaded and belligerent nature, this role was given to Corviknight instead.
In other languages
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