Europcar’s InterRent Expands to Dubai Airport

Photo courtesy of Europcar Group
Photo courtesy of Europcar Group

InterRent, Europcar Group’s low-cost brand, has opened a new location at the Dubai International Airport.

This new location has expanded InterRent’s presence in the Middle East. Currently, it has locations in Oman, Abu Dhabi, and Qatar.

In Dubai, InterRent will offer customers a range of vehicles, from the smallest cars to SUVs. Customers can select extra such as a child seat or GPS device.

“I am very proud to enlarge our offer within the Middle East with Dubai, a very appealing destination,” said Jehan de The, group director of InterRent. “As a growing leisure destination with massive demands for car rentals, InterRent will offer an affordable alternative to make sure visitors can save, drive, and enjoy.”

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