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  Reply # 1648371 10-Oct-2016 10:04
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Thanks for the feedback all. 

 

 

 

Noticed that the Schedule Ride feature was available when I checked Uber again when I was back home in my apartment in Newmarket, however this feature doesn't come up when I am in my office in Albany.  Logic would suggest that this schedule ride feature is only available in high density areas like Central CBD and the isthmus.  

 

 


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  Reply # 1648390 10-Oct-2016 10:24
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When booking taxis back in Auckland for a flight, I would suggest booking through Air NZ. The booking definitely goes through the taxi company's despatch so its recorded, the fare is fixed and generally reasonable for a taxi (about 2x-2.5x the cost of a shuttle), its with co-op (blue bubble), and you get a meagre allocation of AirPoints too.

 

If Uber is viable though I'd use that. Used it successfully in both San Francisco and Brisbane. In San Fran it was even a 60km journey to the airport.


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