Tesla Ride-Share Program Launches Phoenix-Tucson Service

By on April 14, 2021 0 805Views

Tesla Ride-Share Program Launches Phoenix-Tucson Service

Need to travel from Phoenix to Tucson and want to do it in style? A Scottsdale-based company has you covered.

Falcon Line has launched a premium ride share transportation service for travel between Phoenix and Tucson in Tesla cars.

The Scottsdale-based company offers fully electric, premium, business class service from point A to point B with professional drivers in a fleet of Tesla Model X vehicles.

Equipped with retractable desks in the back seats and 5G Wi-Fi, the service aims to make personal and business travel productive and desirable.

“Most users of our service are looking for travel accommodations between 75-200 miles in length, and the Phoenix to Tucson route is the first of many corridor travel options in our plans to roll out across the U.S.,” Michael Puhala, CEO and founder of Falcon Line, said in a press release.

Fares range from $100-$300 and can be one-way or roundtrip. All reservations must be made in advance to guarantee arrangements. For those passengers who make the trip on a frequent level, Falcon Line will also be offering subscription services for customers who regularly travel between the metropolitan areas.

Falcon Line guarantees that all of their vehicles are equipped with an advanced air purifying system and are sanitized after each trip, reassuring travelers that their experience is safe amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Today’s travelers want a consistent experience that is safe, convenient and mindful,” Puhala said. “Falcon Line was born with this consumer in mind. Plus, not only does Tesla provide a gold standard luxury travel experience, it is an electric car that’s better for the environment, and as an added benefit, can use the HOV lane during high traffic times.”

Passengers who book a seat will get point to point drop off, whereas passengers who reserve the entire car will have the added benefit of door-to-door service.

Pickup and drop-off locations in the Valley are at the Scottsdale Quarter and also near Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. In Tucson, the designated pickup and drop-off location is at La Encantada Shopping Center.

Falcon Line has plans to expand to Flagstaff and Sedona in May.

Additional corridors across the U.S. for potential expansion are being considered by Falcon Line, including various cities in Texas.

According to the release, the company’s goal is to expand to 10 corridors by the end of next year and 25 corridors in the next five years.