Airports can be busy, with many drivers choosing to start their day there. A better system means that a trip request goes to the driver at the airport for a long time. It works on the “first come, first served model.” Thus, the driver gets a trip on a timely basis, meaning a better, quicker experience for riders and drivers - but at the airport, a transparent way to allocate trips is based on a queue system.
How it works:
The driver should be verified and online to be a part of the airport queue.
Once the driver enters the Airport Geofence area, the app alerts them to add themselves to the queue, OR the driver can be automatically added to the queue.
The driver can accept/reject if they want to be in the queue or not for the quick trip allocation.
Once accepted, drivers will be allocated a queue number in the app, and trips will be automatically assigned based on the queue's position.
After trip allocation to the driver, queue numbers will be revised immediately for all other drivers.
If the passenger cancels the booking, your queue number will remain as the previous position before you got assigned the booking.
If drivers move out of the Airport Geofence area, then the driver will be automatically removed from the queue.
The driver will be automatically added to the Priority queue for the next 24 hours (depending on your requirement) if the driver gets the short distance trip ( distance will depend upon the requirement).
Priority queue drivers will have a preference over the airport queue drivers.
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