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Columbus Airport to Build Rental Car Facility
Auto Rental News
May 30, 2017

Paid for by rental car customer user fees, John Glenn Columbus International Airport will open a new rental car facility in 2020.

Turner Construction Company has been awarded the nearly $106 million contract to build the facility on 10 acres near the center of airport property.

Levels one and two of new parking garage, which currently house rental car operations, will become available to serve the demand for public garage parking...

The new rental car facility, which is being designed by TranSystems, will consist of a ready/return area for pick-up and drop-off of rental cars, a quick turn-around area where the rental car companies will fuel and clean the vehicles between rentals, and a customer service area for renting and returning vehicles.

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