Rhodium Car Rental to Expand in Iceland

Rhodium Car Rental will expand in Iceland with its second location planning to open in Reikjavik at the end of the month. The company already has a location at Iceland’s Keflavik International Airport.

Rhodium will continue its expansion in May with new airport locations in Turkey. Locations include Sabiha Gokcen International Airport, Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport, Bodrum Airport, Antalya International Airport, and Ankara Esenboga International Airport.

The car rental company will also open a location at Serbia’s Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport in May. Other upcoming locations include Poland’s Warsaw Chopin Airport in July and Eindhoven Airport in the Netherlands in October.

Currently, Rhodium operates locations in several other countries, including Spain, Italy, Portugal, France, Greece, Croatia, Malta, Andorra, Morocco, Mexico, Romania, and Cyprus.

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