Sixt and Picasso Travel Join Forces for Overseas Travelling

Sixt AG, a German car rental company, has signed a wide-ranging cooperation agreement with Picasso Travel. Picasso provides competitively priced consolidator fares in the United States. From now on, travellers flying from the U.S. to Europe, who have booked their flights through Picasso Travel, can take advantage of Sixt’s comprehensive services at particularly favorable rates, according to the company.

U.S. travellers booking flights with Picasso to Europe can now stay mobile at their destination of choice. Both companies are offering their customers “Fly & Drive” packages. People booking a flight with Picasso Travel can utilize high quality rental vehicles from Sixt at especially low prices. The exclusive offers from Picasso Travel and Sixt are available directly at www.picassotravel.com and www.sixt.com. Picasso Travel has been selected to handle sales and marketing for Sixt 20 in the U.S. This means that customers can access the services of nearly 24,000 U.S. travel agents through Picasso Travel. In addition, Sixt will soon have employees stationed at the six largest Picasso Travel outlets in the U.S. to provide assistance and expert knowledge on its rentals.

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