PHOENIX (February 20, 2017) — SuperShuttle, the nation’s largest airport shared ride service, announced today it will end operations at Atlanta’s Hartsfield International Airport as of February 28, 2017.
“The landscape for airport transportation is changing rapidly and those changes have made the airport contract in Atlanta undesirable for our company,” said David Bird, president of SuperShuttle International. . “A lack of exclusivity coupled with a tightly restricted service area and onerous fees made it impossible to do business and still provide high quality customer service. Although the airport discussed possible changes to our contract, the extent of the changes were not going to make a substantial difference.” We are looking forward to continuing SuperShuttle service in more than 38 airports across the country and internationally that have adapted to the changing landscape.
ExecuCar, the black car service, a sister company of SuperShuttle will continue operations as normal in the Atlanta area.