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Wingz Rates

Wingz Rates: Everything You Need to Know for Your Airport Ride

Last updated: December 19, 2018
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Ride-sharing services are booming and while Uber is the most well-known of the options, many people are choosing to ride and drive with local car services instead. In the United States alone, there are dozens of competitors, especially in major cities like New York and San Francisco.

On the East and West Coasts, Wingz is one of the most popular Uber alternatives, and with good reason. If you’re wondering what Wingz rates are as a passenger or what you can earn as a Wingz driver, keep reading. This article will help you figure out if Wingz is for you.

Wingz Rates: Everything You Need to Know for Your Airport Ride

Riding With Wingz

As a passenger, Wingz is an easy and enjoyable service with friendly local drivers. When you book your ride, you’ll be quoted an all-inclusive rate and never be asked to chip in more for tips or fees. There is never any surge pricing and you can even book your ride online. Once your ride is completed, your credit card will be charged.

You can book your Wingz ride pickup time up to two months in advance and get a flat-rate quote for your ride right away. You can also book an on-demand ride when you’re ready to go.

While Wingz does not offer passengers the ability to track their drivers en route, they are incredibly communicative with passengers. This level of communication makes potential issues like traffic or a driver going to the wrong location no big deal.

Wingz is popular with seniors and those with disabilities. Wingz driver training includes disability training. Wingz also has a service focused on transporting seniors who can no longer drive.

Your Favorite Wingz Drivers

One of the most unique things about using Wingz is your ability to save and request favorite drivers. Most ride-sharing apps only allow you to avoid drivers you didn’t like. Wingz actively wants you to book your favorite drivers again and again.

Driving for Wingz

In order to drive for Wingz, you need to be willing to undergo an extensive vetting process. This process is much more rigorous than that of most ride-sharing companies, resulting in only 5 percent of applicants being accepted as Wingz drivers. Every driver must be at least 21 years old, pass a background and DMV record check, and be individually interviewed and trained.

Wingz has a zero-tolerance policy regarding alcohol and drug use and regularly interviews its drivers to guarantee high levels of service. This policy is in place no matter how strict or relaxed the local city rules are regarding drugs and alcohol.

Wingz Car Insurance

Whether you’re a driver or passenger, Wingz provides you with somewhere between $1 million and $1.5 million per incident liability policy. The exact coverage amount varies by market. Any vehicle used by a Wingz driver must be less than 5 years old, have 4 doors, and pass inspection by a professional.

Wingz Rates: Everything You Need to Know for Your Airport Ride

How Wingz Compares to Uber and Lyft

Founded in 2011, Wingz was the second company in the world to be granted a license for ridesharing. As many ridesharing companies do, Wingz has an app that works in several cities across the United States. Unlike Uber or Lyft, Wingz does not suggest you tip your driver and has a very rigorous and individualized screening process. As a passenger, that level of screening should bring you some peace of mind regarding your safety.

Uber and Lyft primarily focus on providing on-demand rides. As a driver, the ability to plan your work schedule up to two months out and to cultivate a loyal following of passengers via “my favorite driver” can be a game changer. For drivers working part-time or needing to plan their finances in advance, knowing that you have future income you can count on is a great feeling.

Wingz Rates

The prices for Wingz rides tend to be similar to those of other ride-sharing services, but are generally cheaper than the average car service to the airport. If you travel often and prefer saving money on pre-scheduled rides to the airport, you should give Wingz a try. The savings will be even more obvious if you’re usually going to the airport at rush hour as Wingz does not have surge pricing.

Wingz has a tiered pricing structure per person in the ride, so depending on how many people are in your party, choosing Wingz could be more expensive than other competitors. The extra money could be worth it in order to have access to features like pre-booking your ride and choosing your favorite driver. If you’re hoping for the most cost-effective option, you should always comparison shop when you’re part of a group.

Wingz Rates: Everything You Need to Know for Your Airport Ride

Cities Where Wingz Operates an Airport Transportation Service

While it’s possible to book a Wingz driver for events, many passengers use Wingz to schedule a car for airport rides. Wingz offers flat-rate airport shuttle service in the following cities:

  • Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS)
  • Burbank Bob Hope Airport (BUR)
  • Dallas Love Field (DAL)
  • Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW)
  • George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH)
  • John Wayne Airport (SNA)
  • LA/Ontario International Airport (ONT)
  • Long Beach Airport (LGB)
  • Los Angeles International Airport (LAX – drop offs only)
  • Miami International Airport (MIA)
  • Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC)
  • Oakland International Airport (OAK)
  • Orlando International Airport (MCO)
  • Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX)
  • Portland International Airport (PDX)
  • Sacramento International Airport (SMF)
  • San Antonio International Airport (SAT)
  • San Diego International Airport (SAN)
  • San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
  • Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA)
  • Tampa International Airport (TPA)
  • William P. Hobby Airport (HOU)

You can download the app to book your first Wingz ride on Apple’s iTunes or Android’s Google Play now. You can also sign up on the Wingz website.

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