Charleston Airport to Open Redesigned Rental Car Pavilion

South Carolina’s Charleston International Airport will be opening its new 6,200-square-foot rental car pavilion this week, according to a report by The Post and Courier.

The rental car companies are planning to move their equipment over and start serving customers on Wednesday morning, says the report.

The rental car pavilion is the first completed phase of the $189 million terminal redesign at the Charleston airport, according to the report.

Click here for the full Post and Courier article: http://www.postandcourier.com/article/20140316/PC05/140319605/1010/charleston-airports-new-rental-car-pavilion-opens-wednesday

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