Renovations at Charleston International Airport Include New Rental Car Facility

According to The Post and Courier, the Charleston County Aviation Authority of South Carolina granted unanimous approval for the $150 million redesign of a 27-year-old terminal at the Charleston International Airport. 

The renovations include a new car rental pavilion, an additional baggage carousel, new lighting, changes to gates and consolidation of security checkpoints. The new design will take four years to complete, according to the Post and Courier.

For statistics on the airport, including rental car company gross receipt reports, click here

The full article from The Post and Courier can be found here: http://www.postandcourier.com/article/20120419/PC05/120419148&slId=3

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  1. Stephen Phillips [ April 26, 2012 @ 08:04AM ]

    I have three off airport zoned for car rental on Dorchester Rd, 2.4 miles from termal door, 8 minutes per Google

    Stephen Phillips

    Carolina One Commercial

    843-202-2068

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