Launceston Airport (LST)
Picking up from Launceston Airport
Before you can start receiving trip requests from the Airport, you’ll need to accept the Launceston Airport Agreed Method of Operation. Driver-partners will receive a notification via the Uber Driver app with more information.
When your account has been activated to receive airport trip requests, you can join the ‘virtual queue’ at Launceston Airport by heading to the Uber waiting area located along the length of Hudson Fysh drive, just off Evandale road opposite the airport. Trips will be received by driver-partners on a first in, first out basis, meaning driver-partners who have been waiting the longest get the requests first.
uberX waiting area
Make sure you’re waiting in the Uber waiting area located along the length of Hudson Fysh drive, this is just off Evandale road, opposite the airport.
Remember in order to receive pickup requests, you must be registered for, agree to, and have received confirmation of the Launceston Airport Agreed Method of Operation (Agreement) Otherwise, you cannot enter the holding bay.
IMPORTANT: The airport has informed us that driver-partners who have not received this confirmation from Uber will not be able to enter the holding bay. Partners will not receive trip requests at the airport without this confirmation.
Pickups requests at Launceston Airport
1. Head to the Uber holding bay
To place yourself in the airport queue, head to the Hudson Fysh drive just off Evandale road, opposite the airport.
2. Check your position
You will receive a realtime in-app indication of your place in the queue. Once you are at the front of the queue, you will receive the next available trip request.
3. Accept a trip request and head to the terminal
Drive out of the Uber holding bay towards the airport terminal, as indicated in your Uber driver app.
4. Locate your rider and exit the terminal
Once you’ve arrived at the designated pick up area, keep an eye out for your rider. Once they’re in your car, you can begin the trip just as you normally would.