Luton Airport partners with car hire specialist to save passengers money on car hire


Luton Airport bosses have joined forces with car rental specialists to offer welcome savings to air travelers using the service.

Passengers booking a parking space on the airport website will now be offered the option to book a destination car rental on an airport-branded website provided by the company. CEO John Charnock said, “Our main goal is to improve the customer experience by providing full transparency on charges, including insurance deductible and security deposits, which are often hidden from customers at the time of purchase. CEO John Charnock has signed a deal with Luton Airport that should offer savings to travelers using the service

“We are delighted to partner with London Luton Airport and look forward to building a successful partnership as the recovery in the travel industry continues this year.”

This significant development aims to provide airports, travel agents, tour operators and airlines with an easy way to earn commissions on self-drive car rental and airport transfer sales while enhancing the car rental experience. client.

Airport parking manager Danny Williams said: “We want to provide our customers with a safe, easy and quality experience.

“This agreement is an opportunity to work with a competitively priced, customer-friendly car rental brand that is focused on transparency and customer service, and aligns perfectly with our mission.”

Passenger numbers have rebounded strongly since the easing of pandemic-related restrictions with more than 1.2 million passengers passing through the terminals each month.

UK-based operates a price comparison and booking platform for car hire and airport transfers. It is already established in South Africa, Australia and the United States.

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> Luton was the first UK airport to receive Airport Health Accreditation from Airports Council International for health and hygiene measures introduced during the pandemic.

Passengers traveling by train can reach the airport with the half-hourly express train service between London and Luton Airport Parkway.

Work is nearing completion on the £225million light rail system linking the airport to the station.

Although the airport is operated by a consortium, it is owned by Luton Council. The light rail project is the responsibility of Luton Rising, a company owned by the council.

Airlines using the airport include easyJet, Wiz Air, Ryanair, Tui, Blue Air, FlyOne, Sun Express and El Al.


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