When driving at MIA, Learn how to receive these trip requests and get in on the action.
Per airport regulations, driver-partners must adhere to the terms below. Failure to do so may result in the receipt of a citation or even restriction of access to airport trips. Please note that Uber will not pay for any citations that driver-partners may incur.
It is easy to receive trip requests from riders leaving Miami airport. However, these trips work a little differently than other requests.
Based on the operating agreement with the airport, the waiting area is located at northwest corner of McLaughlin Road and Northwest 20th Street (see map below).
Once you accept a trip request, the pickup location at the airport is located on the Arrivals or Departures level (see map below).
Uber is a reliable option for travelers heading to the airport.
Based on the operating agreement with the airport, riders can be dropped off at the Departures level. When dropping off riders at Terminal D, please drop them off starting at Door 5. This is to prevent the buildup of traffic at the beginning of Terminal D.
If you’d like to receive a trip request afterward, you’ll need to keep the Uber driver app on to maintain your place in the FIFO queue.
We've also launched the Rematch feature at MIA. Rematch allows driver-partners who just completed an airport dropoff the possibility of receiving a pickup request without having to go to the waiting lot.
Once you drop off at the airport, you may head toward the TNC waiting area to wait in the designated driver queue for an airport pickup request. You may receive a Rematch request during navigation to the waiting lot though a Rematch is not guaranteed. Airport regulations prohibit loitering in the terminal area. Idling at the curb may result in a citation from airport authorities.
1. Getting your car ready: Air travelers can have lots of luggage with them, so you may need to free up trunk space to fit it all in.
2. Helping with luggage: It may take some time for riders to load their luggage into your vehicle. The airport is a busy place, so an extra set of hands can speed things up and help get your riders to their destination faster.
3. Identifying your riders: Asking your riders for their names before starting a trip can ensure that you’ve picked up the right person out of the crowd.
4. Checking the arrivals schedule: Checking the arrivals schedule at Miami International Airport can help you maximize your earnings with information about when flights will be landing at the airport and when it will be busiest. See MIA ARRIVALS SCHEDULE.
5. Making music optional: While tunes are nice to cruise to, riders may prefer silence after an early morning or late night flight. Asking them what they prefer can go a long way and help provide a great experience!
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