Uber to expand ride reservation feature at airports ahead of busy summer travel season, says Fox Business

From Fox Business:

Uber is preparing for a busy summer travel season by expanding its ride reservation feature to a total of 55 airports worldwide, including 39 airports in the United States.

Uber Reserve allows users to book rides up to 30 days in advance and will automatically adjust reservation times based on flight information to ensure drivers are waiting at the airport when a flight lands.

Drivers will wait up to 60 minutes at no additional charge.

DOMESTIC FLIGHT PRICES INCREASED 47% SINCE JANUARY

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