Sixt Rent-a-Car Opens at San Antonio International Airport

Sixt Rent-a-Car, the world’s fifth largest car rental company with more than 2,000 locations in over 100 countries, announces today the official business opening in the San Antonio International Airport. The company’s latest new location is inside the new, on-airport consolidated rental facility (CONRAC).

The Sixt San Antonio team anticipates its first official day. Photo courtesy of Six.
The Sixt San Antonio team anticipates its first official day. Photo courtesy of Six.

“From the iconic Riverwalk, to the Alamo and its historic Missions, to a host of first-class attractions, San Antonio is an unforgettable travel destination. This incredible city merits an equally incredible travel experience, and that’s why Sixt is proud to be open for business. We’re grateful to Mayor Nirenberg, our friends at the airport, and so many other good people who have made us feel so very welcome,” said Daniel Florence, chief operating officer of Sixt USA.

In the United States, Sixt is upgrading and improving existing locations, as well as expanding to new markets as rapidly as possible, the company said in a statement.

In 2017, Sixt unveiled expanded services in the Miami International Airport and its Seattle-Tacoma International Airport location, launched a new location at the San Diego International Airport, and moved into its new North American corporate headquarters in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
The company has grown to over 750 employees, and serves more than 50 rental locations located in California, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Washington, Texas, Connecticut, New Jersey, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Nevada, Arizona, and Massachusetts.

Photo courtesy of Sixt.
Photo courtesy of Sixt.

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