Midway to Open at Burbank Airport

An artist's rendering of Bob Hope Airport's new Intermodal Transportation Center. 
An artist's rendering of Bob Hope Airport's new Intermodal Transportation Center.

Midway Car Rental has announced the move of its Burbank location to Burbank’s Bob Hope Airport.

Scheduled to open July 1, the new facility will be located in the airport’s new $112 million on-site car rental facility. It will be Midway’s first on-airport location, says the company.

To pick up their rental vehicle, Midway’s customers will cross the street outside baggage claim to an elevated walkway, which will lead them to the all-new Regional Intermodal Transportation Center (RITC). The new store’s hours will be 6 a.m. until 11 p.m. daily.

Midway has nine locations in the Los Angeles area and a branch in San Diego.

For more information, visit www.midwaycarrental.com.

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