Ridesharing services like UBER that have changed the way we move around today. With rides available in 60 countries and 300 cities worldwide, UBER processes over 1 million rides daily.
The speed at which US airports wholly embrace ridesharing has been mixed, with each airport making their decisions separately across a set of factors. At present, UBER is legally permitted to pick travelers up in 23 airports, with that number growing each day as their advocacy efforts gain momentum and impact.
At flightSpeak, we want to help:
- Showcase which airports UBER is allowed to pick you up in
- Guide you to the legal UBER pick up zone at that airport
- Order your UBER directly from flightSpeak
- Create better opportunities for travelers by rating your airport UBER experience.
Which airports have UBER?
As of March 7th, 2016, here is the full list of US airports:
|ATL||Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International|
|BNA||Nashville International Airport|
|BWI||Baltimore/Wash Intl. Thurgood Marshall|
|CLT||Charlotte Douglas International|
|DAL||Dallas Love Field|
|EWR||Newark Liberty International Airport|
|FWA||Fort Wayne International Airport|
|HNL||Honolulu International Airport|
|IAD||Washington Dulles International Airport|
|JAX||Jacksonville International Airport|
|LAX||Los Angeles International Airport|
|MSN||Dane County Regional Airport|
|MSY||Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport|
|PHL||Philadelphia International Airport|
|PHX||Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport|
|RNO||Reno–Tahoe International Airport|
|SEA||Seattle Tacoma International|
|SFO||San Francisco International|
|SJC||Norman Y. Mineta San José International Airport|
|SMF||Sacramento International Airport|
|TUL||Tulsa International Airport|
This list will be updated regularly – you’ll always be able to check if UBER is legally allowed to pick you up at your destination airport (on airports covered) on the flightSpeak app. We’ll keep this updated in the ground transportation sections of your selected airport on flightSpeak so you’ll always be in the know.You can pick up a copy of this data here: UBER US Airport locations
If you prefer a website, you can search for your airport on our home on the web.
The flightSpeak team.
Special thanks to the following authors whose content helped develop this post:
- S.Kumar (@skumarus): Three reasons to cheer Uber and the sharing economy
- The Business of Apps: Uber usage and revenue
- Pointchaser: Airports where Uber pickup is allowed