Rentis Partners With Ryanair

Photo via Wikimedia.
Photo via Wikimedia.

Rentis, a car rental company based out of Poland, has become an official partner of Ryanair. The agreement was signed for the next two months.

“We are aware that this is a great opportunity for us, because approximately 200,000 people arrive to Poland through Ryanair,” said Radek Szczygiel, marketing manager for Rentis. “Our procedures and flexibility developed through our years of experience and also the ability to act quickly for changing conditions will be thoroughly checked. We believe that each of these attempts will be successful. If we summarize our joy in one sentence we can say "welcome on board."

Rentis has been operating in the Polish market for the past 10 years. Currently, it has 60 locations in Poland, Lithuania and Czech Republic with over 1,000 cars in its fleet.

For more information, visit www.rentis.eu.

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