North Carolina Airport Expansion Plans Include Rental Car Facilities

According to the Charlotte Observer, the Charlotte Douglas International Airport in North Carolina announced Sept. 11 plans to add a rental car maintenance facility to the airport as part of $1 billion worth of projects for the next several years. .

The facility would be located on 100 acres of land off Wilkinson Boulevard.

The plans also include a new parking deck for rental cars.

View the full article from the Charlotte Observer by clicking the URL:
http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2012/09/12/3522564/airport-seeks-to-build-new-rental.html

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