Van rentals, convertibles, luxury cars, SUVs and sports cars are some of the most popular & highly rented categories at the Burlington International Airport.
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Reserve best in business car rental deals for Burlington International Airport using our interactive portal that makes booking easy and quick. The three step process begins with a form where you input country, state and the pickup location with your age plus time and dates for pickup and drop-off.
Initially the drop-off location appears to be Burlington International Airport (BTV) when deals appear, but you can put any of the listed USA locations in its place. Second step displays all the suppliers, price range, and transmission mode, car categories with fuel and currency options. Each deal quotes price, inclusive facilities and the name of the car category with the supplier name. You can narrow your search by clicking on the options on the left for example if you want a diesel car, deselect petrol option. You can also book a car rental for Burlington International Airport by calling our booking support team.
Burlington International Airport, a military and civil airport, is located three miles east of Burlington, which is Vermont’s largest city. Owned by Burlington, this public airport operates the metropolitan area of south Burlington. However, the airlines generally fly regional due to the compact size of its market. There are a few airlines which fly larger jets, such as the Airbus family to the airport.
The airport has flights to many airline hubs in the country, commuting to Philadelphia, New York, Chicago, Cleveland, Washington, Orlando and Detroit. The FedEx Express and UPS Airlines fly into Burlington International Airport, servicing the majority of northern part of Vermont. The interior decoration of the airport is made from marble and granite, in an effort to generate a “Vermont Feel”
Burlington International Airport spreads over an area of over 900 acres and has two runways made of asphalt. As of 2009, it has fifteen gates. A light snack bar is found present on the first level. Also present at the airport are Green Mountain Coffee and the much loved Ben & Jerry’s ice cream. Snacks, soups and sandwiches of all sorts can be enjoyed by passengers and visitors alike. On the second floor is located a restaurant called One Flight Up that serves full course meals as well as cocktails. A gift shop is located near the main concourse. Free high speed wireless internet access is available throughout its terminals. Car rental agency counters are located adjacent to the baggage claim on the main floor. The airport is also served by a number of privately owned taxis.