Fox to Open in Burbank Airport’s New Rental Center

Burbank's Bob Hope Airport. Photo via Wikimedia.
Burbank's Bob Hope Airport. Photo via Wikimedia.

On July 1, Los Angeles-based Fox Rent-A-Car will be moving its Burbank, Calif., location to Bob Hope Airport’s new $112-million on-site car rental center.

Fox customers can cross the street outside baggage claim to an elevated walkway, which will lead them to the all-new Regional Intermodal Transportation Center (RITC), says the company. The new store’s hours will be 5 a.m. until 11 p.m. daily.

“We have been looking forward to this move to the new Bob Hope Airport car rental facility for some time,” said J. Sean Busking, Fox Rent-A-Car’s chief operating officer. “The move to the new Burbank airport rental center is the first of several locations moves or upgrades at new facilities to take place during our 25th anniversary celebration in 2014. We look forward to improving our customer experience at this new facility with streamlined rental and return access.”

Comments

  1. Javier Garcia [ May 30, 2014 @ 03:24PM ]

    Congratulations for the 25th anniversary and for this move On Terminal !

  2. Anne Brown [ June 2, 2014 @ 03:38AM ]

    Nice post. Cost-Less Rent A Car offers efficient and comfortable car hire services. Visit
    http://www.costless-rentacar.com/

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