The way we get to and from the airport is changing, and while more variety might be better for the end user, it's hitting airports where it hurts -- the wallet.
Airport parking and its associated costs can help keep the lights on at airports across the country, but ride-hailing operations have resulted in revenue shortfalls, The Pew Charitable Trusts reports.
This new method of airport transportation can also affect rental cars and taxis, two other ways for airports to make money.
It took a while to get to this point.
Many airports originally banned the practice of using ride-hailing services from the standard pickup and drop-off locations.
After plenty of public groaning, many airports relented.