MEMBER ALERT: AOPA will be closing at 1:45 p.m. Eastern on Dec. 6 and will reopen at 8:30 a.m. Eastern on Dec. 9.
May 8, 2013
By AOPA Corporate Partner staff
As an AOPA Strategic Partner, Enterprise Rent-A-Car offers support to AOPA members in more ways than just car rental discounts. Members who plan their flight online with AOPA Airports can easily know if an Enterprise Rent-A-Car location is nearby by looking at the bottom of the airport page. Once you reserve a car, all you need to do is call the rental location to schedule a pick up or delivery of the vehicle to the FBO. Need to return a vehicle when the rental location is closed? Just contact the rental location so they can make arrangements to meet your needs.
With more than 5,500 locations in North America, Enterprise Rent-A-Car provides service to 3,000 general aviation airports and FBOs. Enterprise Rent-A-Car operates through an extensive network of local, neighborhood offices, growing one neighborhood at a time. This is how it is able to offer car rental services to most of the FBO locations in the United States and have locations within 15 miles of 90 percent of the U.S. population.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car customer service is the driving force behind car rental, especially for serving AOPA members. J.D. Power and Associates has ranked Enterprise Rent-A-Car "Highest in Rental Car Customer Satisfaction" among North American airport rentals eight times in the past nine years, including the 2012 Rental Car Satisfaction Study.
AOPA members who book online can take advantage of a discount on everyday low rates and help support AOPA.
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