Oklahoma Airport Opens Redesigned Rental Center

Oklahoma City's Will Rogers World Airport has opened its new rental car center. Photo via Matthew Rutledge/Flickr.
Oklahoma City's Will Rogers World Airport has opened its new rental car center. Photo via Matthew Rutledge/Flickr.

Oklahoma City’s Will Rogers World Airport has opened a new rental car center that houses all of the rental car companies under one roof, according to a report by Fox 25 Oklahoma City.

The $36-million project features new architecture, almost 2,000 parking spaces, and doors for customers to bypass the counter and go straight to the vehicles, says the report.

The new rental car center is located only a few minutes from the main airport terminal. Buses will run back and forth between the rental center and the airport, says the report.

Click here for the full Fox 25 report. 

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