Sixt Partners with AirPlus International

Sixt partnered with AirPlus International, an international provider of payment and billing solutions for businesses, to work together in the U.S., according to a company announcement on Nov. 14.

Sixt now accepts vehicle bookings through an AirPlus Company Account.

“Through the partnership, [customers] can increase the transparency of their travel costs and identify important savings,” Sixt AG Director of Sales Anish Taneja said. “AirPlus is therefore an important part of our expansion in North America and allows our customers to organize their trips perfectly.”

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