SuperShuttle, the long running airport shuttle service with the distinctive blue-and-yellow vans, is going out of business at the end of the year.

Airports were notified this week that SuperShuttle and sister sedan service ExecuCar will cease operations on Dec. 31.

SuperShuttle general manager Alan Gildersleeve, in an email to Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport officials in suburban Phoenix Thursday, wrote, “Unfortunately, our parent company has decided to cease SuperShuttle and ExecuCar operations nationwide effective 12/31 so we will not be continuing our service agreement into 2020.”

Los Angeles International Airport was notified on Tuesday, according to a report in the Los Angeles Times.

Gildersleeve and SuperShuttle President Matt Bushard did not respond to email requests for comment. A representative at SuperShuttle’s reservations center (800-BLUE-VAN) said travelers with reservations after Dec. 31 will get automatic refunds but SuperShuttle has no details on its website about the shutdown or refunds.

Airport shuttle service SuperShuttle is ceasing operations on Dec. 31.

As recently as Sunday, SuperShuttle told customers who commented on their ride on the company’s Twitter account that is looked forward to seeing them again.

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