Dynamic Pricing for Airport Parking

Posted by Alex on May 28, 2019

Growing Airport Revenue and Improving the Trip Experience

Even with passenger volumes rising, ride-sharing is hitting airports where it hurts – parking revenue. Traditionally the top revenue source for airports, parking revenue cannot be replaced by $1 to $4 fees from ride-share companies like Uber and Lyft. Meanwhile in some markets, increases in passenger volume mask the overall shift away from parking–but still may require significant expansion of parking facilities. 

This article explores how leveraging the same dynamic pricing technology used by ride-sharing companies can help airports increase funding for operations, avoid costly infrastructure investment, and even improve the traveler experience.

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Data show Lyft gaining on Uber, both crushing car rental

Posted by Alex on May 2, 2018

Lyft use doubled amongst business travelers from Q1 2017 to Q1 2018. Over the same period, Uber declined–but not nearly as much as so did car rental and taxis declined even more. 

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The 2017 pricing survey results. What pricing strategy worked? What was the pricing dynamic?

Posted by Alex on December 6, 2017

We partnered with Auto Rental News to survey the industry about pricing strategy, dynamic pricing moves, remarketing and other key concerns. Most of the answers surprised us. Read on to be surprised yourself.

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