Lyft is available at Erie International (ERI) Airport. As long as you follow a few simple ground rules, you're in the clear for both pickups and drop-offs.
Review Airport Regulations Do’s & Don’ts
Drivers on the Lyft platform are responsible for knowing and following all airport regulations. As a driver, you must follow the rules listed below in order to avoid receiving administrative citations from ERI Airport.
Wait for requests
- Wait for requests in the parking lot to the left of the terminal, in one of the two left-most spaces in the first row (pictured above).
- If both parking spaces are taken, you must leave airport property.
- Do not wait for requests curbside at the terminal entrance.
- Pick up passengers across from the terminal entrance.
- Do not wait or circle back at the airport if the passenger is delayed when picking up. If your passenger needs more time, wait in one of the designated spaces.
- Drop off passengers curbisde at the terminal entrance.
- Do not wait at the airport terminal or accept additional ride requests after drop-off. If you'd like to wait for requests, go to one of the designated spaces.
Keep your Lyft emblem displayed and visible at all times while giving Lyft rides.
If you’ve been approved to drive, you should receive your Lyft emblem within a couple weeks. Didn't receive one? Let us know and we’ll look into it. In the mean time, you may print your own emblem. When folded, it should measure 4" X 4".
If You're Approached by an Airport Authority
Authorities at the airport may approach you and ask you for a waybill.
The waybill allows law enforcement officials to see information about your current or most recent ride.
To access your waybill, follow these steps:
- Go to your Dashboard*.
- Tap Waybill in the left side menu.
*Access your Dashboard either through the left panel menu in the Lyft app, or by going to lyft.com/drive in a web browser.
If you run into any trouble, reach out to our Support team. We're here to help 24/7.
ERI Airport will issue administrative citations to drivers who do not follow these rules. You are responsible for paying any tickets you receive for violating airport rules and regulations.