Hertz Expands Partnership With Lufthansa Airlines

Hertz has renewed its global partnership with Lufthansa airlines to offer benefits to airline passengers renting vehicles at Hertz locations throughout the world.

As part of the renewed agreement, Lufthansa customers will receive access to discounts and benefits on Hertz rental cars.

Additionally, members of Lufthansa’s Miles & More frequent flyer program will receive a minimum of 500 miles for renting vehicles through Hertz.

"We are confident that the renewal of our alliance with Lufthansa will be very welcomed by travelers seeking convenience, high quality, and reliability for their trips,” said Michel Taride, group president, Hertz International. “Lufthansa's extensive route network across 83 countries, together with our truly global footprint and leading presence in the U.S., are certainly a perfect match for both leisure and business travelers."

"We are very pleased to extend our cooperation with Hertz, our strong partner in the mobility sector, on lufthansa.com,” said Heike Birlenbach, senior vice president sales Lufthansa Hub Airlines and CCO Hub Frankfurt. “With Hertz, we offer our customers a compelling and high quality car rental product at all Lufthansa destinations worldwide."

Hertz has partnered with Lufthansa for more than 20 years. Hertz powers Lufthansa’s carpool fleet of carsharing vehicles for employees in Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg, and Munich. Hertz is also the exclusive provider of corporate car rental services to the airline’s employees.

 

 

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