HelicopterによるManhattan とJFK Airportを結ぶ空の交通です。
UPDATE: Following our report, Uber revealed its plans in a New York Times article for the service, called Uber Copter, that will ferry top-tier Uber Rewards customers between Manhattan and JFK airport for $200-$225 each way. The service, which includes car transportation to and from the helicopter, will run Monday through Friday, beginning July 9.
In a statement, Eric Allison, head of Uber Elevate, said, “Uber Copter offers the first real demonstration of the Elevate experience. We’ve built Uber Copter to provide us with insight and real-world experience as we continue to lay the foundation for Uber Air.”
Uber is looking for an operations manager for its aerial service platform Elevate in New York City, according to a job posting. The posting comes ahead of the company’s annual flight-focused Elevate Summit next week in Washington, D.C.