Hertz UAE Opens New Airport Location

Hertz UAE has opened a new car rental location at Dubai World Central - Al Maktoum International Airport in Jebel Ali, Dubai.

The new Hertz location, its 19th in the United Arab Emirates, will capitalize on the increasing amount of air traffic and business flowing through Dubai World Central, according to Hertz.

“The new Hertz UAE location at Dubai World Central is an important step for us as we continue to expand our car rental network across strategic locations with key business links,” said Nigel Johnson, general manager of Hertz UAE. “This is our fifth airport location in the UAE, and establishing an early presence here is crucial. Not only is DWC home to what soon will be the largest world-class airport in the world, it is also a fully integrated economic zone supporting logistics, aviation, commercial, exhibition, humanitarian, residential and leisure-related businesses."

This new Hertz UAE branch joins other Hertz airport locations at Dubai International Airport, the Abu Dhabi International Airport and Sharjah International Airport.

To celebrate the new location, Hertz UAE is offering its DWC customers two free Global Village tickets and a 25% discount on a car wash, says the company. In addition, customers can also collect frequent flyer miles with airline partners Emirates and Etihad Airways when renting a car.

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