Uber is looking to further reinforce its place in the travel industry as it will add planes, trains, car rentals, and more to its app.

Debuting in the United Kingdom, the additions are a part of the tech giant’s plans to become a “super app,” which CEO Dara Khosrowshahi detailed a few years ago. Officials at the company hope Uber will become “a one-stop-shop for all your travel needs.”

According to CNBC, Uber will not provide said services themselves but will allow consumers to book them in the app. The firm will announce various partnerships with other travel companies throughout the year. If successful in the U.K., the services could expand to other parts of the world.

Jamie Heywood, Uber's regional director in Northern & Eastern Europe, believes the addition of planes and trains is a “natural progression,” as consumers “have been able to book rides, bikes, boat services and scooters on the Uber app for a number of years.”

As one of the bigger markets for Uber outside of the United States, the company stated these additions to its application will increase consumer utilization in an industry where competition is growing rapidly.

Uber announced in March that it launched an “Explore” feature, allowing customers to buy tickets to music venues and make restaurant reservations.