Fox Opens 8 New Locations in Italy

Fox's new affiliate location at the Milan-Malpensa Airport. Photo courtesy of Fox Rent-A-Car.
Fox's new affiliate location at the Milan-Malpensa Airport. Photo courtesy of Fox Rent-A-Car.

Fox Rent-A-Car continues its European expansion with eight locations that are now open for reservations or opening soon in Italy.

The Fox affiliate offices in Italy that are currently open include locations at Rome Fiumicino Airport, Milan-Malpensa Airport and Pisa Airport.

The locations opening soon include offices at Venice Marco Polo Airport, Bari Karol Wojtyla Airport and Brindisi-Salento Airport and two locations servicing Sicily at the Palermo Airport and Catania-Fontanarossa Airport.

“We are very excited to expand with our new partners in Italy to bring the Fox value and brand experience to travelers in these growing leisure markets” said Jack Wetzel, director of the Fox Affiliate Division. “We are continually seeking new partners and business location opportunities to expand our car rental service to Fox customers around the globe.”

With the addition of these eight locations, Fox has expanded its rental service into 27 countries and territories — with 37 locations across Europe.

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