Rental Car Facility Approved at Tennessee Airport

View of Memphis, Tenn. Photo via Wikimedia.
View of Memphis, Tenn. Photo via Wikimedia.

The Memphis Airport Authority received backing from the Land Use Control Board to build a 48-acre rental car maintenance facility at Memphis International Airport, according to a report by The Commercial Appeal.

The new rental car maintenance facility will be able to service up to 2,000 vehicles. The Memphis City Council still needs to approve the zoning change for the $30 million project, according to the report.

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