Fretcar's services to Fortaleza (R$74 to R$97, six to seven hours) leave at 6:15am, 2:55pm, 4:55pm and, the most comfortable, at 10:30pm. You travel by D-20 jardineira (open-sided 4WD truck) as far as Jijoca, then b…
Fortaleza's city bike-share scheme is free for the first hour from Monday to Saturday (and for 90 minutes on Sundays). After that, it's R$5 per hour. There are stations throughout the city. You'll need to register (…
Runs minibuses from Meireles in Fortaleza to Cumbuco (R$7.60, one hour). You can pick them up in front of Ideal Clube at 9am, 11:20am, 3:50pm and 6:20pm. They also run a more frequent bus service (R$5.75, one hour) …
A branch office of Fretcar buses; it's located in a shipping container on Beira Mar. Also sells tickets for Guanabara long-distance express buses.
Former buggy driver Alexandre offers transfers in his tiny Fiat Uno that are cheaper than most to Redonda, Fortaleza and other local destinations; he also rents cars. Ask for him at the pasteis shop on Broadway.
Metered Coopertaxi common taxis from the airport run R$35 to R$50 to Meireles/Iracema and R$25 to R$30 to the bus station.
Sells São Benedito tickets to Fortaleza and Guanabara tickets departing from Aracati to elsewhere in the northeast.
A Coopaero fixed-rate taxi from the airport to Meireles or Praia de Iracema costs R$47 during the day rising in the evening to R$70.
To Jericoacoara, Vitorino offers direct door-to-door van and bus transfers from Fortaleza hotels (R$80, five hours) – most accommodations can book this for you.
You can check Fretcar schedules and buy tickets (advisably a day ahead) at Beach Point.