Uber Creates 'Comfort Lounge' at O'Hare for Holiday Travelers

Pop-up is the brand's second foray into airport advertising

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If you’re one of the more than 4.3 million passengers expected to travel through Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport this Christmas, Uber has plans to make your trip a little more comfortable, at least until you board the plane.

Unveiled last week, the Uber Comfort Lounge gives travelers at O’Hare’s Terminal 2 the opportunity to enjoy the perks of a private lounge without the additional cost of a membership fee.

Created in partnership with Clear Channel Airports and the production company Tool of North America, the pop-up gives Uber a chance to promote its new Comfort Class while also expanding its footprint in America’s airports.

Travelers who enter the Comfort Club are greeted by Uber ambassadors and offered complimentary soda or water as well as a “comfort package” with socks, travel wipes, earplugs and a face mask.



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