For many Arizonans, the travel between Phoenix and Tucson is often met with challenges. The journey between the cities is too short for a plane ride, but too far to optimize traditional rideshare companies. In order to combat this, Falcon Line, a new Scottsdale business, is helping travelers make the journey in a cost-effective, eco-friendly, Tesla-esque style.
With plans to roll out its services across the U.S., Falcon Line has made the transition from Phoenix to Tucson seamless and stress free, and focuses on a goal of providing this affordable luxury to other consumers who need a rideshare between 75 and 200 miles. Falcon Line is expected to be offered in Sedona and Flagstaff this month.
The company currently offers fully electric and premium-class services to help get passengers from point A to point B. Each car is driven by professional drivers in a fleet of Tesla X vehicles, with advanced air-purifying systems. Each Tesla will feature retractable desks, 5G Wi-Fi and other amenities to help accommodate each individual’s needs.
To schedule a ride, travelers can schedule a time online with prices ranging from $100 to $300. All reservations are made in advance to ensure accommodations are met. Guests will be given an option between renting one seat or the whole car.