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Article from BTNews 4 MARCH 2013

Belfast International adds Enterprise

Enterprise Rent-A-Car, American-owned and claimed to be the world’s largest car hire company, has opened a new onsite branch in the Arrivals Hall of Belfast International Airport.

It now has a terminal area presence at 18 major UK and Irish airports, including Heathrow, Gatwick, Manchester, Glasgow and Dublin.  Enterprise also says it has the most extensive rental branch network in the UK, with over 370 locations across the country as a whole.

Mike Nigro, UK & Ireland Managing Director at Enterprise Rent-A-Car, commented:  “Airports are vital to the corporate rental market and we’ve made every effort to ensure our branches are conveniently located for customers”.

“This new branch at Belfast International Airport is an extension of our growing presence at travel hubs around the UK, where tourists, individuals and businesses alike can access Enterprise’s great service and cost-effective car rental”. www.enterprise.co.uk

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