Jayride Expands Footprint to +50% of Global Airport Passenger Trips

Over the last year, Jayride has experienced significant growth in every aspect of the business and has expanded internationally to accelerate its growth.

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JAYRIDE GROUP Limited (ASX:JAY), the e-commerce marketplace that allows travellers to compare and book airport transfers from 3,000+ transport companies,  is rapidly scaling up in five new countries in Europe and Asia: Germany, Portugal, Belgium, Malaysia and Taiwan.

Over the last year, Jayride has experienced significant growth in every aspect of the business and has expanded internationally to accelerate its growth. Jayride continues to impress, from releasing new technology that enables faster international expansion, to excelling in customer support and achieving consistent growth in trips booked and revenues.

In under six-months from July to December, Jayride has launched transport around the world, rapidly expanding from five countries to 25 countries, and has nearly doubled the Company’s airport coverage from 27% to over 50% of the world’s airport passenger trips.

The additional countries expand Jayride‘s footprint to travellers and increase the Company’s ability to grow Total Transaction Value (TTV) for years to come.

Most recently, in December, Jayride has launched in 5 additional countries, 52 additional airports, with 133 new transport companies, growing Jayride’s market access by 438 million passenger trips, to a total of 3.9 billion (50.5% ) of the world’s total airport passenger trips.

In these latest five countries, Jayride is now available for travellers to book airport transfers in Germany (at 25 airports), Portugal (at 7 airports), Belgium (at 5 airports), Malaysia (at 11 airports), and Taiwan (at 4 airports), which includes every airport with greater than 25,000 international passenger trips per year.

At these airports, travellers can now choose the best transfer for them from over 133 private transfer and shared shuttle companies, including great local private car and shared shuttle services, and even popular international transport brands.


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