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Dunedin (DUD) Airport

Instructions for drivers

At this stage riders will not be able to request trips from the airport, however they may request to be dropped off at Dunedin Airport.

Rules and regulations

Dunedin (DUD) Airport: drop offs only

Riders can request trips to Dunedin Airport. You can drop off riders in the public car park area.

However, as riders cannot request trips from Dunedin Airport, Driver-partners will not receive trip requests from the airport.

If you drop a rider off at the airport, you may want to travel back to the service area as Dunedin airport currently sits outside of the Dunedin service area.

We’re working to put in place a suitable arrangement with the Airport for both riders and drivers - we’ll keep you posted.

New access requirements for Dunedin Airport

Starting 1 September 2019, all driver-partners accepting trip requests to Dunedin Airport will be required to register and display a sticker on their vehicle. This is a mandatory access requirement from the airport.

If you haven’t already, make sure to register and collect a sticker by visiting the Dunedin Airport Administration Office located inside the terminal on Level 1. The office is open Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm.

Please note, you’ll be asked to provide your name and vehicle details in order to complete your registration.

From 1 September 2019, trips to Dunedin Airport will also be subject to a per trip fee of $3 (GST inclusive). This fee is charged to you by Dunedin Airport. Uber will assist you with collecting the fee from the rider (as part of the trip fare) and remitting the fee to the airport. The fee will be shown on a separate line on the tax invoices and receipts we generate on your behalf. To the extent that you are GST registered, a portion of this charge will be applied as GST. Please consult your tax advisor if you have any questions on your tax position.

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