Sixt Opens Location to Serve Private Aviation Customers

Photo courtesy of Sixt.
Photo courtesy of Sixt.

Sixt SE and Sixt rent a car USA LLC (its U.S. operating unit) announce the opening of a new branch to service private aviation customers travelling to XJet at Centennial Airport in Englewood, Colo. This is the third busiest General Aviation Airport in the U.S.

"Our premium fleet, service and fair pricing policy are a natural match for the needs of the discerning private aviation customer," said Craig Olson, Sixt’s executive vice president of North America development. "Customers will enjoy driving our fleet of Audi, BMW, Mercedes-Benz and other great vehicles. We'll also have professionally trained Sixt staff stationed onsite at XJet to facilitate a seamless transition from the jet to the road."

This new branch is another example of Sixt's commitment to expand into the private aviation segment, according to the company.

"XJet is thrilled to partner with Sixt and welcome them to our aviation campus at Centennial Airport," said Henning Schymik, XJet’s senior vice president. "This partnership allows us to further enhance the premium product that we provide to our members and customers."

Currently, Sixt operates corporate branches servicing airports in Atlanta, Charlotte, Dallas, Detroit, Ft. Lauderdale, Knoxville, Los Angeles, Miami, Orlando, Phoenix, San Jose, Seattle, Tampa and West Palm Beach.

For more information, visit www.sixt.com.

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