Europcar Opens at Belfast International Airport

Photo via Wikimedia.
Photo via Wikimedia.

Europcar has opened a new branch at Belfast International Airport in Northern Ireland. Located within the arrivals area, the new rental suite is equipped with rental pods to help provide a quick checkout process for travelers, says the company.

Europcar staff will also be at rental desks for customers to book a rental once they arrive.

“Almost 30,000 customers choose Europcar every year at Belfast International Airport,” said Ken McCall, Europcar UK Group managing director. “This new branch, therefore, reflects our commitment to delivering the best customer experience for travelers as they arrive at this thriving hub for travel in Northern Ireland. … We are investing in our presence at Belfast International Airport to ensure we continue to meet the needs of Europcar customers traveling to and from the region.”

Belfast Airport’s Europcar rental suite is open every day from 7:30 a.m. to 11 p.m.

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