Advantage Expands Location at Salt Lake City Airport

AEZ Rent A Car's new and expanded rental facililty at Salt Lake City International Airport. Photo courtesy of Advantage.
AEZ Rent A Car's new and expanded rental facililty at Salt Lake City International Airport. Photo courtesy of Advantage.

Advantage Rent A Car, operator of the Advantage and EZ Rent-A-Car brands (AEZ), has opened a new and expanded rental car facility at Salt Lake City International Airport.

“Expanding SLC is a logical, strategic choice for AEZ,” said Scott Davido, president of AEZ. “Utah is the home of ‘Life Elevated,’ boasting five national parks, seven national monuments and ‘The Greatest Snow on Earth,’ making it one of the top all-season recreational, sporting, and commercial regions in the United States. Expanding our SLC station will accelerate AEZ’s current growth trend and strengthen our national footprint.”

AEZ now serves 23 of the 25 largest airports in the U.S., according to the company.

“With more than 330 flights depart daily to more than 90 non-stop destinations, including London-Heathrow, Amsterdam and Paris, SLC also is a superb gateway city for our partner rental company, Europcar,” said Davido.


  1. Bob [ January 4, 2017 @ 02:54PM ]

    It is funny that this article says they are at the Salt lake international airport. I was just there and there is a new car rental facility in S.L.C. at the airport. However Advantage Rent A Car is not at the airport. They are are three to four miles away from the airport and you have to take a shuttle. Not easy with kids and ski equipment. There are ten companies at the Salt Lake airport. Hertz, Firefly, Avis, Pay less, Enterprise, Dollar, Thrifty, Alamo, National, and Budget. These companies are at the Salt Lake city airport and you do not have to get on a shuttle bus. The cars are in a parking garage right behind the rental counters. Advantage is located off airport on North Temple.

  2. Isabel Cardoso [ January 5, 2017 @ 04:43AM ]

    Gostaria de saber informações relativamente a vossa empresa

  3. Matt McCarty [ April 13, 2017 @ 11:00AM ]

    I reserved a Chevy Suburban through Expedia. The day I was supposed to pick up the rental I called the Salt Lake City Advantage lot twice--no answer. I left a message--no return call. I called the Advantage toll-free number to confirm that I would have the SUV I had booked and was assured that my reservation showed a Chevy Suburban or equivalent.
    When I went to the lot to pick up the vehicle, they would not give me a Suburban (or equivalent) because I was a local rental. All they would offer me was a minivan. Their policy for local rentals (not communicated on the Expedia reservation) does not allow anyone living within 65 miles to rent a premium vehicle.
    I stated that I had called twice in the morning and left a message, but no one answered or called me back. The staff said they were slammed, but there was only one other customer in the office when we walked in. I don't believe they were slammed right up to 5 minutes before I arrived.
    We agreed to take the minivan. It had several damaged areas (cracked bumper cover, scuffed paint, scratched paint) that took us ten minutes to document in order to avoid being charged later. The interior was filthy. We found popcorn, crayons, and a screwdriver on the floor and in the seats. The seats were covered with stains from previous renters' spills.
    Essentially, this was a bait and switch. I will not rent from Advantage again.

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