FlightCar Looks for Permanent Space near Denver Airport

A FlightCar rep helps a customer. Photo courtesy of FlightCar.
A FlightCar rep helps a customer. Photo courtesy of FlightCar.

Peer-to-peer car-sharing service FlightCar is looking for a bigger space to operate near Denver International Airport, according to an article by Business Den.

FlightCar allows airport travelers to leave their car to be rented by others instead of paying airport parking fees. The company currently operates in the parking lot of Cambria Suites, which is 12 miles away from the airport but hopes to find a more convenient space.

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http://www.businessden.com/2015/05/11/car-share-startup-hunts-for-long-term-space-at-dia/

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