Car Rental Parking Agreement Remains Discontinued at Malta International Airport

According to an article from The Times of Malta, the Rent-A-Car Association ended discussions over the use of the car rental parking lot located at the Malta International Airport after an agreement could not be made.

Car rental companies were not interested in reaching an agreement after the airport announced the annual rental fee rates would rise by more than $350,000 over a three-year period for all 182 spots in the parking lot.

View the full article from The Times of Malta by clicking the URL:

http://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20120723/local/MIA-and-car-rental-group-s-parking-row.429715

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