- Gett will act as sole provider for the first ever tech-based taxi service from the airport.
- Testing has commenced, with full roll out expected in Q2 2024.
- The Ben Gurion Airport is the only international airport in Israel, with a traffic of over 19 million passengers per year.
Gett has launched a one of a kind tech-based taxi service at Ben Gurion Airport. Passengers arriving at Israel’s largest airport will now be able to use digital kiosks to book taxi trips across the country.
The newly developed platform will act as a single official service at the airport, enabling queue management and customer service to unlock a truly seamless experience for all passengers and drivers. Gett will also manage registrations for eligible drivers through its existing platform and app.
The service is part of IAA’s recent efforts to improve passenger and visitor experience through the introduction of new technologies.
Mark Oun, Gett Israel CEO, commented: “This project is a great honour to us. The team has worked for months on developing a compelling solution for a first tech-driven airport taxi service in the country.
“Ben Gurion is the main gateway to Israel and we look forward to delivering a best in class product to help streamline broader airport operations and improve the final steps of airport experience to its many customers. This new platform could also be a fantastic solution for other airports worldwide in need of automatic management of taxi operations.”