Hawaii Airport Set to Complete $340M Rental Facility in May 2019

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The Kahului Airport in Hawaii is scheduled to open its $340 million consolidated rental car facility by May 2019, reports the Maui News.

The primary facility is on track to complete construction in December, with rental companies set to move in and renovate their spaces within four to six months.

The facility is built to fit the dozen companies currently occupying different areas near the airport. The airport's tram system will also link the building to the terminal.

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