Uber can track your flight, so a ride home is all ready when you land

Uber can track your flight, so a ride home is all ready when you land

October 7, 2021: -Uber is making it less of a hassle to get a ride home as soon as you reach after your plane lands.

On Wednesday, the company announced that customers can now book a ride up to 30 days in advance. Travelers choosing the more expensive Uber Black or Uber Black SUV options can also put their flight information into the app, which will adjust a reservation if your flight is early or delayed automatically.

Uber said drivers for those reservations would wait up to 60 minutes for you at no additional cost. That means you’ll have extra time to get through the airport and pick up your bags.

Some new options may help riders avoid long wait times caused by a driver shortage during the coronavirus pandemic.

It may also help Uber stand out against Lyft, at least among people who want to have a car ready right when their plane lands.

The airport booking option will appear in the Uber app under the “reserve” tab starting Wednesday. The features are rolling out to riders at more than 20 airports across the U.S., listed below.

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