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As Enterprise Holdings opened its first branch at Malta International Airport in partnership with Burmarrad Group, Director Mario Gauci Jr said the company is “thrilled to be able to partner with Enterprise in supporting Malta’s tourism as it recovers from the pandemic.”

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The branch will be offering car rental services from three global brands: Enterprise Rent-A-Car, National Car Rental and Alamo Rent A Car.

“This is an amazing opportunity to partner with the world’s largest rental company right now. Vehicle rental is seen as a highly reliable mode of transport by travelers from across the world and people are conscious of the need for scrupulous safety. A clean, rigorously sanitized car provides peace of mind as travelers explore the glories of Malta,” said Mr Gauci.

The opening of the first branch in Malta marks the final step in Enterprise’s ambitions to extend its rental business to all European Union countries.

Jon Flansburg, Assistant Vice President of Global Franchising at Enterprise, commented on the new branch, saying “Holiday destinations like Malta are very important for global tourism, especially with travel expected to increase significantly after the lifting of travel restrictions.”

“Opening this first branch in Malta reaffirms our commitment to expanding our global footprint,” he added. “As restrictions lift and international travel resumes, people want to know that they can rely on trusted providers for their ground transportation.”

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