Sixt Opens Location at Dallas Airport

Sixt's new location at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Photo courtesy of Sixt.
Sixt's new location at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Photo courtesy of Sixt.

Sixt SE and its U.S. franchise unit (Sixt rent a car USA LLC) have opened a new car rental branch inside Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport’s Rental Car Center.

This new location is Sixt’s second location to open in Texas, preceded by a franchise branch in Austin, says the company.

“We are thrilled to open a new branch inside the DFW Rental Car Center, where we will offer travelers access to our fleet of premium vehicles like Audi, BMW, Cadillac and Mercedes-Benz,” said Craig Olson, Sixt’s executive vice president of North America Franchise Development. “Similar to what we have done in other markets, after opening at the airport, we plan to expand our presence by adding downtown and local branches throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. We would love to hear from area Fixed Base Operators (FBOs) and hotels that are interested in having a Sixt counter and cars on-site.”

Currently, Sixt has a presence in more than 100 countries worldwide, says the company. Sixt operates corporate branches in Dallas, Detroit, Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Orlando, Atlanta, Phoenix, Los Angeles, Knoxville and Seattle.

Additionally, the Sixt franchise system has with more than 80 master franchisees operating from nearly 1,100 worldwide locations. In the U.S., Sixt franchisees are already operating locations in 10 states, according to the company.

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