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Information for driver-partners

Eppley Airfield

When driving at OMA, Learn how to receive these trip requests and get in on the action.

Airport Regulations for driver-partners

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.

  • When on airport property, the Uber driver app must be open at all times (driver-partners must not go Offline until exiting the airport area)
  • We’ve instituted a special first vehicle in is the first one out (FIFO) system at Eppley Airfield. The FIFO system only works within the designated, geofenced area and driver-partners waiting elsewhere will not receive trip requests through the Uber driver app.
  • The Uber sticker (trade dress) must always be displayed on the vehicle’s windshield. Driver-partners can obtain this Uber sticker at their local Greenlight Hub.
  • No Roadway Recirculation. TNC Vehicle shall not recirculate on or loop around any roadways in the Geo-Fence Areas unless directed by Airport staff.
  • No Loitering On or Near Airport. No TNC Vehicle shall stage, wait or park in any other areas of the Airport other than the Designated TNC Staging Area(s).
  • As of June 1st, 2020, the Designated TNC staging area is the Cell Phone Holding Lot located on the corner of Fort Court and Lockheed Court. The exact address is 5542-6098 Lockheed Ct, Omaha, NE 68110.

Pro tips

  • Driver cancellations: Trip cancellations can take away from the great Uber experience that both riders and driver-partners expect. Please remember that driver-partners who improperly use the app and intentionally disrupt the service, including excessively canceling rides or asking riders to cancel rides, may lose the ability to receive trip requests to and from the airport through the Uber Driver app.
  • Ground transportation and airport security staff: Airport rules are as important as traffic rules. Airports expect Driver-partners to follow the instructions of the airport staff.