Europcar and Aeroflot Form Partnership

Europcar and Aeroflot, Russia's flagship airline, have announced a five-year partnership to provide rental car services to all Aeroflot business and leisure customers.

Europcar will offer the best rates available as well as exclusive offers to Aeroflot's customers, says the company. In addition, “Aeroflot Bonus” frequent travelers members will be able to earn miles when renting a car with Europcar.

"It is a great opportunity for our group to partner with Aeroflot, Russia's largest airline company,” says Marcus Bernhardt, chief commercial officer, Europcar Group. “We share the same customer approach and both our brands stand for high quality of service and customer satisfaction. This strategic move will help us strengthen our reach in this key region, which has become a hub between Europe and Asia for travelers. Europcar looks forward to welcoming Aeroflot customers to our stations across the network."

When booking a flight in 2014, Aeroflot customers will also be able to rent a car from Europcar during the same process with only one payment.

"Aeroflot's commitment to the highest standards of customer service has taken a further step forward thanks to the agreement with Europcar,” says Giorgio Callegari, Aeroflot's deputy general director for Strategy and Alliances. “Our joint customers will now be recognized in the whole rental network of Europcar and will have access to special conditions tailored to better serve their global needs. ..."

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