Any news when Uber coming back to ONT

Cold Fusion

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...................when it decides to pay the fees.
U must be new on planet Earth 🌍
Uber will covertly increase the pax end
Then deduct
from the driver’s end
and pay required fees.

Or just take it from the powerless driver’s earnings ✔
Drivers will protest as they always have By
Accepting the next ping 👍🤣
 

ntcindetroit

Well-Known Member
U must be new on planet Earth 🌍
Uber will covertly increase the pax end
Then deduct
from the driver’s end
and pay required fees.

Or just take it from the powerless driver’s earnings ✔
Drivers will protest as they always have By
Accepting the next ping 👍🤣
Not if driving pax exiting ONT is like having unprotected sex. With the scare of Asian flu or American flu that kills more ppl.
 

Another Uber Driver

Well-Known Member
Moderator
U must be new on planet Earth 🌍
Uber will covertly increase the pax end
Then deduct
from the driver’s end
and pay required fees.

Or just take it from the powerless driver’s earnings ✔
I had thought that you lived under a bridge, not a rock; that is what you get for thinking. You must have missed this one:


Uber Will Stop Services at Ontario Airport Starting Friday
POSTED 11:09 AM, SEPTEMBER 12, 2019, BY KRISTINA BRAVO, UPDATED AT 12:15PM, SEPTEMBER 12, 2019
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Uber Ending Services at Ontario, California Airport
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Starting Friday at midnight, travelers can no longer call an Uber ride to or from Ontario International Airport.
A traveler at Ontario International Airport waits for his Uber in this undated photo. (Credit: Allen J. Schaben/Los Angeles Times)
A traveler at Ontario International Airport waits for his Uber in this undated photo. (Credit: Allen J. Schaben/Los Angeles Times)
Uber first announced its plan to end services at the hub in August, a month after the airport raised operational fees for ride-hailing companies from $3 to $4 for each drop-off or pickup.
The Inland Empire hub said it decided on the increase after a nearly two-year assessment that compared ride-hailing prices at airports across Southern California.
Ontario airport is located about 56 miles east of the Los Angeles International Airport and served a daily average of 14,000 passengers in 2018.
"These fees are not excessive, but standard," said a post from the airport's Twitter account. "Luckily, there are many ways to get to our airport whether via public transportation, ride-share or personal vehicle."
Uber had hoped to have a "meaningful dialogue" with airport officials before terminating its services on Sept. 13. According to the company, the new fee is the highest among similarly sized airports in the U.S.
On Thursday, a spokesperson for Uber said it will go through with its plan rather than pass the higher fees to riders.
Uber, along with its rival Lyft, first began operating at the facility in July 2017.
Lyft, which began operating at the facility at the same time as Uber in July 2017, has not announced any plans to cut its relationship with Ontario airport.
The end of Uber's operations at the hub comes as California lawmakers move to have ride-share companies transition tens of thousands of its drivers from contractors to full-time employees.


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It would not be illogical to suspect that a poster who posts many items on the News Boards might be aware of this. It was Uber that decided to pull out of Ontario Airport rather than pay the fees. I am not aware that Uber has decided to pay these fees. If there is a news article that states that Uber will now pay the fees (regardless of where it gets the money), please provide a link.
 
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