Airlines and Aviation
One less line to wait in! Airline passengers riding shared ride ground transportation from the airport parking lot to their destination can now use mobile check in and head straight to the airport shuttle bus.
SuperShuttle's new Airport Mobile Self Check-In feature allows airline passengers to head straight from baggage claim to their airport shuttle van in the airport parking lot without having to wait in line to check in in the airport terminal.
Airline passengesrs making a prepaid SuperShuttle reservation can now check in using their mobile device. They get their vehicle number and easy-to-follow instructions to find their van in the airport parking lot.
They can even track the location of their vehicle in real time on their mobile device.
SuperShuttle is an airport shuttle service that provides airport ground transportation on a shared ride basis, shuttling airline passengers between their homes, offices, or hotels and the airport.
The shared ride airport transportation shuttle service can also provide airport transfer transportation, transporting airline passengers between airports in areas such as the San Francisco Bay Area, which has 3 major airports: Oakland International Airport (OAK) San Francisco International Airport (SFO), and San Jose Mineta International Airport (SJC).
The Mobile Self Check-In servive is currently available at nearly all of the several dozen airports served by SuperShuttle in the United States. Exceptions include 4 airports in Florida and one airport in Arizona. The service should be extended to these airports shortly.
International SuperShuttle locations include Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS) in the Netherlands, Cancun Airport (CUN) in Mexico, all 3 of London's airports, Los Cabos Airport (SJD) in Mexiso, and all 3 of the airports in Paris, France.
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