Fox Adds 5 More International Locations

Fox Rent A Car's affiliate location at Turkey's Istanbul Airport. Photo courtesy of Fox Rent A Car.
Fox Rent A Car's affiliate location at Turkey's Istanbul Airport. Photo courtesy of Fox Rent A Car.

Fox Rent A Car continues its international expansion with five new affiliate locations, which are now open for reservations.

Fox has opened its first location in New Zealand and continues to expand in Canada, the U.K., Mexico, and Turkey.

With the addition of these new facilities, Fox will offer its rental service at more than 120 locations in 29 countries and territories, including the United States, with its available fleet of over 60,000 vehicles, according to the company.

The new Fox locations are located in the popular tourist markets of Belfast, Northern Ireland; Merida, Mexico; Auckland, New Zealand; Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada; and Istanbul, Turkey.

“We are very happy to expand with our new airport partners in Canada, Northern Ireland, New Zealand, Turkey, and Mexico to bring the Fox value and brand experience to travelers in these growing leisure rental markets,” said Jack Wetzel, director of the Fox Affiliate Division. “We continue to seek out new partners and business location opportunities to expand our car rental service to loyal Fox customers around the globe.”

Comments

  1. Juan Carlos Morga [ September 22, 2016 @ 10:33AM ]

    Great news to everyone on the FOX family!!

  2. ernesto gomes [ September 28, 2016 @ 01:05PM ]

    Wow

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