BMW’s ReachNow Launches at Seattle Airport

BMW's ReachNow carsharing service, which includes MINI Clubman vehicles, is now available at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Photo courtesy of BMW.
BMW's ReachNow carsharing service, which includes MINI Clubman vehicles, is now available at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Photo courtesy of BMW.

BMW’s ReachNow carsharing service has added a new park and fly service for the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

This new service, opened on August 10, will allow any ReachNow member to park and pick up ReachNow cars from the off-site Wally Park Premier Garage, located next to the airport.

"ReachNow is dedicated to providing our members with mobility solutions that fit their lifestyles," said Steve Banfield, CEO of ReachNow. "Members have always had the opportunity to use the cars to drive out of town for the weekend, but this expansion gives them even more flexibility to fly away as well. Expanding to Sea-Tac has been an important goal for us from day one, and we’re thrilled to be able to offer it to our members so soon after our launch."

With this new airport service, ReachNow members can pick up a car anywhere within the Home Area, drive to the airport and park at the Wally Park Premier Garage — in one of the 30 spots dedicated for ReachNow cars, according to the company.

In celebration of this new service, ReachNow members who pick up or drop off at the lot will receive a $5 credit through Labor Day. ReachNow will also offer a free lifetime membership as well as a reduced rate of 41 cents per minute driving through the end of August, according to the company.

Currently, ReachNow has 520 vehicles in Seattle, including the MINI Clubman, two- and four-door hardtop MINI Cooper, BMW i3, and BMW 3 Series.

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