Alamo Rent A Car Opens Branch at JFK Airport

Alamo Rent A Car announced Sept. 6 the opening of a new branch for customers at the John F. Kennedy (JFK) International Airport in New York.

The Alamo branch can be accessed by boarding the monorail to the bus station where an Alamo shuttle bus will drive them directly to the new location.

The expansion follows last year’s branch opening at the Newark Liberty International Airport

“We are pleased to introduce another new Alamo branch location in the New York City area and provide our low rates and no-hassle service to travelers arriving from all over the world,” said Jason Altman, VP of airports for Alamo Rent A Car in New York and New Jersey. “Alamo’s quick and easy process enables customers to conveniently choose their own vehicles, based upon their advance reservation and requested car class, and then simply drive away from the airport.”


  1. Enas Abdalla [ December 10, 2012 @ 08:27AM ]

    If I rent a car on line from Alamo when I will arrive JFK air port I catch the monorail to the bus station to take Alamo shuttle to the new location
    Please is this new location in the air port itself or not as I have 2 bags

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