Temporary Car Rental Facility Opens at Honolulu Airport

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Photo via Wikimedia.

Honolulu Airport has opened its interim car rental facility while its permanent consolidated rental car facility (conrac) is being built, according to a report by KHON2.

The new facility consolidates the five on-airport car rental companies (Advantage, Avis, Budget, Hertz and National) into one location, says the report. It also includes a car wash, fueling stations, a customer service building and car pick-up/return areas.

The airport’s five-story permanent conrac is expected to be finished in late 2020. It will feature about 2,250 parking stalls compared to the current 895 parking stalls, says the report. The $30.9 million project will be funded by a customer facility charge, which is a daily charge of $4.50 for renters.

Click here for the full KHON2 report.

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