Booking Group Celebrates Fifth Anniversary

Booking Group, a car rental broker, celebrated its fifth anniversary last month. With more than 250 suppliers, Booking Group provides an online platform for customers to search and book car rentals in over 7,350 locations (including all major airports and metropolitan areas) in 127 countries.

In 2013, Booking Group plans to expand with new locations and suppliers. Plus, the Booking Group mobile app will be launched, making it possible for customers to view, change or cancel reservations on the go.

Currently, the company partners with well-known brands such as FOX Rent a Car, Alamo, Dollar, Enterprise, E-Z Rent a Car, Executive Van, Thrifty and Advantage.

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  1. Rose Kanitz [ September 28, 2014 @ 12:31AM ]

    I do not understand how this platform can be successful. They do not respond to email questions, they ignore customer concerns and they really don't provide any other service than comparing prices with other car rental agencies, which one can easily get through Europcar, which provides much better service without taking deposits that are never applied to the car rental and then ignoring customers' queries.

  2. stephenson [ September 30, 2014 @ 09:30PM ]

    all were well with the car

  3. stephenson Bamidele [ September 30, 2014 @ 09:31PM ]

    The renter car was excellent and the people.

  4. Andrea [ January 17, 2015 @ 05:28PM ]

    When you book through Booking Group be sure you find out what the taxes and extra charges are BEFORE you book, because these charges are tacked on later.

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