Uber partners with Airports Authority of India in Kolkata – ET Auto

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In April 2023, Uber signed an MoU with AAI, extending its services at multiple AAI Airports, with operations already in place across 10+ AAI Airports.

Uber on Thursday announced a partnership with the Airports Authority of India (AAI) at Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International (NSCBI) Airport in Kolkata, West Bengal.

This partnership introduces designated pickup areas within the arrival terminal for both domestic and international flights. Uber will also offer on-site support and clear directional signage, guiding passengers seamlessly from the terminal to the specified Uber pickup zones.

In April 2023, Uber signed an MoU with AAI, extending its services at multiple AAI Airports, with operations already in place across 10+ AAI Airports.

Uber has introduced cashless operations at the NSCBI Airport in collaboration with Omega Enterprises. Cashless operations eliminate parking and pickup charges for Uber drivers, resulting in reduced estimated arrival times (ETAs) for riders ensuring smooth airport transfers.

Shiva Shailendran, Director of Supply Operations at Uber India and South Asia, said, “We are focussed on reshaping travel experience and this partnership with the Airports Authority of India will help us deliver an elevated experience for drivers and riders alike. We remain committed to deliver a magical experience every time you choose to Uber in and out of your city.”

This collaboration aims to provide passengers with reliable and hassle-free transportation options upon their arrival to Kolkata, the company said.

  • Published On Feb 29, 2024 at 04:30 PM IST

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