Ride-hailing company Lyft to start making LA airport pickups

Lyft is now allowed at Los Angeles International Airport.

Mayor Eric Garcetti says beginning Wednesday, the ride-hailing service will be permitted to make pickups. Previously, it could only drop people off.

The company will pay the airport $4 per trip.

In a statement, Lyft executive Bakari Brock says the move is a big step forward for consumers and comes just in time for the .

A competitor, Uber, won't be allowed to make pickups until it completes the approval process for a permit.

The City Council voted earlier this year to grant ride-hailing companies the same airport access as taxis, shuttles and limousines.

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