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How to receive requests

How to become eligible for trips at Dunedin Airport

To receive trip requests to and from Dunedin Airport, you’ll need to register for access with the airport. To register with Dunedin Airport, complete a Licence Application for Passenger Vehicles form and accept the Dunedin Airport terms and conditions.

Submit a completed copy of the Licence Application for Passenger Vehicles to the Dunedin Airport Administration Office located inside the terminal on Level 1. We recommend you seek independent legal advice before entering into an agreement with the Airport so that you understand what is required of you under that agreement.

What’s next?

Once you have submitted your Licence Application for Passenger Vehicles and collected a sticker from Dunedin Airport, you will receive an in-app confirmation advising that you’re ready to receive requests at the airport.

How pickups work at Dunedin Airport

1. Enter the virtual queue

Once you have registered with Dunedin Airport, place yourself in the airport queue by heading to the designated waiting area on Airport Road shown in your app. The designated waiting area is the only location where driver-partners can receive trip requests.

Once you are inside the waiting area, your Uber App will show a number range at the top of your screen indicating your position in the queue.

2. Accept a trip request and head to the airport terminal

Once you are at the front of the queue, you will receive the next available trip request. In order to meet your rider, follow the navigation to the Public Pick Up area in the main car park. You will be required to take a ticket to pass through the boom gate to access the Public Pick Up Area.

3. Locate your rider and exit the airport

To exit the airport carpark, drive to the carpark exit and insert your ticket at the gate. Note that there is a 15 minute courtesy wait time for access to the main car park. Parking charges may apply after 15 minutes.

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