Sixt Expands Miami Airport Location

Sixt's new upgraded location at Miami International Airport. Photo courtesy of Sixt.
Sixt's new upgraded location at Miami International Airport. Photo courtesy of Sixt.

Sixt has launched a newly-expanded space at its Miami Airport location. A key feature is an innovative counter space design that will streamline counter-to-car time for travelers, according to the company.

“Miami continues to be a hugely successful market for us,” said Daniel Florence, co-president of Sixt USA. “We’ve worked extremely hard to be the best in the area, offering travelers and local customers alike our Signature Sixt Experience, including luxury cars, first-class customer service, and competitive pricing. We’ve been grateful to see our sweat equity pay off as business continues to grow year after year.”

Opened in 2011, Miami was one of Sixt’s first locations in the U.S. It started with nearly 500 vehicles, and a year later it increased to almost 1,200 rental vehicles. By 2015, Sixt purchased space from All Day Rent-A-Car, increasing counter space and growing its revenue, according to the company. Today, Sixt Miami has more than 2,500 vehicles available.

“Today, we’re launching a new space at the airport with exciting new innovations,” said Florence. “Our new location is about four times what it was before. We’ve expanded to 10 customer service counters, including a special Sixt Info-Counter for customers who want to ask questions before they get into line. We’re also introducing a new TV monitor system directing customers to their counter and have included careful details such as a spacious area to rapid charge electronic devices, a complimentary beverage and snack selection, and music that makes you want to dance. We can’t wait to roll out the orange carpet for everyone coming to Miami International Airport.”

Currently, Sixt serves more than 50 rental locations located in California, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Washington, Texas, Connecticut, New Jersey, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Nevada, Arizona, and Massachusetts.

Sixt employees cut the ribbon at the Miami location's launch party. Photo courtesy of Sixt.
Sixt employees cut the ribbon at the Miami location's launch party. Photo courtesy of Sixt.

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