DriveNow Offers Carsharing at London Airport

DriveNow's carsharing service is now available at London City Airport. Photo via Wikimedia/Matti Blume
DriveNow's carsharing service is now available at London City Airport. Photo via Wikimedia/Matti Blume

DriveNow, a carsharing service operated by BMW Group and Sixt SE, is now available for travelers at London City Airport, according to a report by Fleet World. This is the company’s first partnership with a U.K. airport.

Travelers can pick up and drop off the carsharing vehicles at the airport. Vehicles include the BMW 1 series, MINI countryman and BMW i3 electric models, according to the report.

“We are committed to giving Londoners a fully flexible solution to traditional transport methods — our partnership with London City Airport gives our customers a flexible way to travel in and out of the capital,” Joseph Seal-Driver, managing director of DriveNow UK, told Fleet World. “London City is the first airport to adopt DriveNow’s carsharing service, and we’re excited to be connecting London even closer to our other European cities.”

Currently, DriveNow operates at nine other airports in Europe, including Stockholm, Copenhagen, Vienna, Dusseldorf, Cologne, Hamburg, Munich and Berlin.

Click here for the full Fleet World report.

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