So much has changed in the past two years when it comes to airport travel. According to the TSA, passenger traffic at airports has more than doubled in 2022 compared to 2021.

Uber wants to relieve travelers from the stress of being picked up at the airport. Especially with an influx of airport traffic. U.S. airport trips on Uber grew by 15% in the last two weeks of September. 

The ride-sharing app announced new updates to make travelers’ airport travel experience smooth and stress-free with Uber Reserve.

Uber Reserve Airport
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Uber Reserve at Airports

Uber Reserve launched last year, giving travelers a chance to book trips in advance. They’ve now launched Uber Reserve for airport travel. This allows travelers to have ease of mind, knowing their car will be waiting when they get off their fight.

-Travelers are able to reserve their ride up to 30 days in advance
-Uber Reserve will track your flight and update your car reservation accordingly
-The driver will wait up to 60 minutes with no extra charge
-There will be curbside pickup

Uber Reserve Airports
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Where is Uber Reserve available?

Currently, Uber Reserve is available to Uber Black and Uber Black SUVs at over 20 airports in the U.S.

Atlanta (ATL)
Charleston (CHS)
Charlotte (CLT)
Chicago (ORD and MDW)
Dallas (DFW and DAL)
Denver (DEN)
Fort Myers (RSW)
Houston (IAH and HOU)
Miami (MIA, FLL, and PBI)
Nashville (BNA)
New Orleans (MSY)
New York (JFK and LGA)
Orlando (MCO)
Philadelphia (PHL)
Phoenix (PHX)
Seattle (SEA)
Washington, DC (DCA and IAD)


Uber Travel allows travelers to book Reserve rides in advance and travelers will receive 10% Uber Cash back on each reserved ride.

If prices are high, Uber suggests waiting a few minutes to request your ride as prices may go down.

Read more about Uber Reserve at airports here.

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