Enterprise Opens New Location at Toronto Airport

Enterprise Rent-A-Car has opened a new location at the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, which serves 18 cities in Canada and the U.S. and connects to more than 80 international destinations.

The car rental office will offer extended hours to accommodate more than 90% of all flights and to service downtown customers, according to Enterprise.

"We are excited about expanding our market and opening a new location at the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport as it will provide added convenience for our customers," said Steven Tudela, vice president and general manager for Enterprise Rent-A-Car in Toronto. "We look forward to utilizing this location with cars onsite at the airport to improve customer convenience and provide the highest level of service to customers traveling to and living in Toronto."

In order to service both airport and home city customers, the new Enterprise rental location will consist of a rental counter and vehicles on the island, just outside of the terminal, as well as a separate rental counter and additional vehicles off the island next to the taxi stand and ferry terminal.

"Enterprise shares Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport's dedication to superior customer service," said Victor Pappalardo, president of Stolport Corp. "We are excited to see Enterprise strengthen its ongoing commitment to both its customers and the airport with the opening of this in-terminal location."

Enterprise Rent-A-Car has been operating in Canada since 1993.

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