Airport Queue is now available on Android and iOS. We just released this update so it will be slowly rolling out to all devices by the end of the week.
Update the Drive Fare app.
Drivers using iOS will now be able to view their place in the queue as well as where the Driver Queue Zone is on the map.
Requests at the airport will now be assigned to drivers based on who has been waiting the longest, rather than who is closest. This means that once you enter the queue zone and are Online, then you are in the queue. If you are not in the queue zone you will not receive airport requests.
The Red Area is not part of the driver queue zone. You will not receive a request while in this area.
The Green Area is where you need to wait for an Airport Request. This is the only area that you will receive airport requests.
Make sure to stay well within the boundaries of the Driver Queue Zone. If you are on the edge of the boundary your GPS point could temporarily bounce out and if that happens, you will be moved to the back of the queue line.
There is a pullout off of E State Hwy 71, on the south side of the Driver Queue Zone. DO NOT sit in this section because it is right on the edge of the boundary so you will be knocked back to the end of the queue.
If you are caught waiting outside of the Driver Queue Zone, you will not receive any airport requests, and you will be at risk of receiving a ticket from local law enforcement.
If you’re Online and within the marked area for the Driver Queue Zone on the map, then you are in the queue. Your spot in the queue is based on when you enter the Driver Queue Zone not how close you are.
- If you go Offline
- Leave the Airport waiting area
- Reject a rider request
- End a trip in any way