ReachNow Expands Service to Portland Airport

Photo courtesy of BMW Group
Photo courtesy of BMW Group

BMW’s ReachNow is now offering its carsharing service for Portland International Airport (PDX) customers with dedicated parking at AirPark.

With ReachNow, members can get from downtown Portland to the airport for less than $20 each way, according to the company.

“Access to PDX for ReachNow has been one of the most requested features from our members in Portland since we launched last summer,” said Alan Bates, ReachNow’s Portland market manager. “By adding PDX to our Home Area, ReachNow is even more accessible to people living in and visiting Portland.”

ReachNow has 20 dedicated parking spaces at AirPark, an off-site lot serving the airport. After ending their ReachNow trip, members can hop on a shuttle that will drop them at the airport terminal. For those arriving at the airport, an AirPark shuttle will pick them up at baggage claim.

All ReachNow trips that start or end at the airport will include a $5 airport fee, but for the first month, ReachNow is waiving that fee, according to the company.

Portland International Airport is the second airport that ReachNow has made accessible to members after launching at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport last summer.

“Use of our dedicated parking at Sea-Tac is one of the most popular use cases for our members, and we believe that Portland residents and visitors will love it, too,” said Steve Banfield, CEO of ReachNow. “ReachNow at the airport is a convenient, affordable way to get to and from the airport in a car that has plenty of room for family and baggage.”

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