You have your plane tickets, your luggage and you’re ready for takeoff. The only issue is, who will get you once you arrive at your destination?
That’s where companies like Blacklane come into play. The professional driver service company covers the first and last miles of your journey, which are usually rides to and from the airport.
The company serves more than 50 countries, 250 cities and 500 airports around the world, and has commercially-licensed and insured drivers. Blacklane CRO Dr. Sascha Meskendahl talked with RewardExpert about the company’s travel footprint.
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Companies need as much diversity in ride services as they have in airline and hotel suppliers – if not more. The reason is the variety of rides employees take. Ground transportation is often discussed as a uniform service. This view, though, doesn’t reflect the realities (pardon the pun) on the ground.
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