Rental Car Booths Open at Fiji Airport

Nadi International Airport has opened its new car rental booths in the arrivals section, according to a report by The Jet. The new airport rental car area is part of Fiji’s Nadi Airport’s $105 million redesign.

Several rental car companies, including Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz, Bula Car Rentals and Carpenters Rentals, have started operating at the airport’s new booths, says the report.

“We hope the people of Fiji and our visitors enjoy this new experience we have created,” Faiz Khan, Airport Fiji Limited’s executive chairman, told The Jet. “Previously rental car operators were situated in different locations at arrivals, but now our visitors will find rental car services in a convenient central location.”

The redesign includes updating other areas of airport including the departure lounge and added new retail outlets, says the report.

Click here for the full Jet report. 

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