Wednesday, July 6

Uber adds more airports to its reservation system | Digital Trends Spanish

In 2020 in the United States, Uber launched a car reservation service in 39 airports so that passengers arrive from a flight and immediately board a car to their final destination.

Now the function that allows booking UBER Black and Uber Black SUV up to 30 days in advance will be expanded to other terminals around the world, adding a total of 55.

In addition to allowing customers to book travel 30 days in advance, you can also track your flight information and automatically adjust your booking time. That way, they can be sure a driver is waiting for them when they land, even if their flight is delayed. Drivers can also wait for passengers for up to 60 minutes at no additional charge, giving them plenty of time to collect their luggage or grab a bite to eat before leaving the airport. In addition, passengers do not have to carry heavy bags for a long time, since their trips will pick them up at the curb.

The new airports that Uber adds:

New additions to the list of airports where passengers can schedule pickups are: Austin (AUS), Burbank (BUR), Indianapolis (IND), Jacksonville (JAX), Las Vegas (LAS), Los Angeles (LAX), Minneapolis – St. Paul (MSP), Milwaukee (MKE), Montreal (YUL), Oakland (OAK), Orange County (SNA), San Antonio (SAT), San Diego (SAN), San Francisco (SFO), San Jose (SJC ), Tampa Bay (TPA), Vancouver (YVR), Bologna (BLQ), Cape Town (CPT), Johannesburg (JNB + HLA), Milan (LIN + MXP), Nice (NCE), Paris (CDG), Rome (CIA + FCO).

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