South Carolina Airport Opens Rental Car Center

The Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP) in South Carolina opened its new rental car customer center on March 11, completing the first phase of the airport’s four-year terminal improvement project, according to GreenvilleOnline.com.

Five rental car agencies are now located on the first and second levels of parking garage A.

The new center cost $3.3 million of the total $115 million projected for the improvement program.

GSP officials launched the program in May 2012. Airport funds will cover 80% of the program and the Federal Aviation Administration’s Airport Improvement Program Fund and the Transportation Security Administration will cover the rest.

View the full article from Greenville Online by clicking on the URL:
http://www.greenvilleonline.com/article/20130312/BUSINESS/303120014/GSP-opens-new-car-rental-center-plans-impact-airline-merger?nclick_check=1

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