One-Way UK Airport Car Rental Helps Reduce Parking Fees

According to a recent money survey from U.K.-based consumer organization Which?, Europcar is helping travelers avoid hefty airport parking charges.

From 49 euros each way, Europcar’s Airport Connect allows customers to have their car rental delivered to their home, or they can pick it up from their local Europcar location, so they can drive straight to the airport. On the way home, the process simply works in reverse.

And Airport Connect customers can also transfer between U.K. airports.

“With Europcar's Airport Connect one-way car hire, we're taking the hassle and the cost out of getting to and from the airport,” said Ken McCall, managing director of Europcar UK Group. “From just 49 euros, travelers benefit from a door-to-door service that’s easy, affordable and convenient. …”

Airport Connect is available from all of Europcar’s U.K. locations to any U.K. airport. For more information, customers can visit www.europcar.co.uk.

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  1. Brendon [ September 25, 2014 @ 08:18AM ]

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