Pacific Rent-a-Car Extends Contract With RentalCars.com

Photo courtesy of Pacific Rent-a-Car 
Photo courtesy of Pacific Rent-a-Car

Pacific Rent-a-Car (Pacific-Rentals.com), a Northern Cyprus-based car rental company, has extended its contract with RentalCars.com, an online car rental service, for the 2017 travel seasons.

RentalCars.com is the force behind almost 9 million car rentals per year in close to 50,000 locations worldwide, according to Pacific Rent-a-Car. As part of the Priceline Group, a sister brand includes Booking.com.

Pacific Rent-a-Car has over three decades of experience in catering to travelers from around the world, especially from the U.K., Germany, the Netherlands, and Turkey, according to the company.

"We're delighted to continue our strong working relationship right through 2017 with a fantastic international brand of the caliber of RentalCars.com," said Berkan Ocal, managing director of Pacific-Rentals. "Ever since we first started working with RentalCars.com in 2013, the volume of business has grown exponentially in that time. It's an exciting collaboration that benefits all visitors to beautiful Northern Cyprus with the finest low-cost car hire experience."

Celebrating 35 years in business, Pacific Rent-a-Car has four locations in Northern Cyprus, including Ercan Airport, Kyrenia, Famagusta, and Nicosia.

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