Europcar has reported revenue of €3,022 million for 2019, up 0.9 per cent on an organic basis and or 3.2 per cent on a reported basis. Group net income for the year stood €38 million.
Ryanair has partnered with Rentalcars.com for its hire vehicle offering. By integrating the platform across its airlines, Ryanair hopes to deliver more car rental bookings than ever before.
National Car Rental customers can now book transportation – including a car and professional driver – directly through the company’s website and mobile app in China.
Bolt has added new functionality to its ride-hailing app, allowing users to request rides with stops at up to three locations with an estimated fare for the entire journey.
Nirvana Rent a Car has unveiled new packages for United Arab Emirates residents aspiring to drive coveted models from the luxurious Range Rover brand.
Enterprise Holdings has confirmed Chrissy Taylor, currently president and chief operating officer with the company, has been promoted to chief executive. She will take up the role on January 1st.
The four-year partnership enables easyJet to expand its car rental offering to a broader range of customers with more choice across destinations, rentals and providers.
Hertz has added the Mini Cooper, the Mini One and the Mini Countryman to its British Collection. To launch the expansion, Hertz has asked the vehicle wrapping company Yannimize to “dress up” some of its Mini cars in vinyl, featuring three eye-catching designs.
Hertz Europe has expanded its monthly car subscription service My Hertz Weekend, which is now available in France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom.
Europcar Mobility Group has agreed to acquire Fox Rent A Car, one of the largest independent players in the US market. The deal will be the “last” of a group of acquisitions begun three years ago, Europcar said.
When making a flight reservation via the Wizz Air website or in the mobile app, customers can now directly book the appropriate rental vehicle and access the entire Sixt fleet at their destination.
Bolt has announced the launch of an XL category, giving customers access to larger vehicles via the app. XL is a bespoke category for bigger groups with a seating capacity of up to seven passengers.