Redspot Car Rentals today announced the opening of their latest location, Townsville Airport.
The Redspot counter will be opened for business from Sunday 1 November, 2015.
Dan Mekler, Managing Director of Redspot Car Rentals is thrilled about the opening of its latest Queensland operation.
“We’re very excited about bringing our services to Townsville Airport. North Queensland is a growing and dynamic market and the terminal at Townsville Airport now includes Redspot Car Rentals which will provide improved facilities to domestic and international travellers”, said Dan Mekler.
Our Townsville Airport opening coincides with the Australian launch of our new franchise with Enterprise Holdings, owner of the highly successful Enterprise, National and Alamo car rental brands.
Redspot Car Rental Townsville is the sixteenth airport site to be opened in Australia and builds on the company’s North Queensland servicing.
Established in 1989 with just a car and a ute, Redspot Car Rentals is a home grown Australian owned company that has expanded across the continent to become a national operator and Australia’s largest locally owned car rental brand.
Redspot Car Rentals Townsville fleet consists of small to large sedans, SUVs and minivans. Mr Mekler added, “Our vehicles are purchased new, meticulously maintained and prepared for each rental.”
North Queensland has one of the fastest growing economic regions in Queensland and its capital, Townsville, has one of the fastest growth rates in Australia.
Townsville Airport Chief Operating Officer Kevin Gill welcomes the addition of Redspot and said it is great news for passengers travelling through Townsville Airport.
“Redspot will become the sixth car rental group at the airport, providing much needed services to visitors traveling to Townsville and the greater North Queensland region.”
“With Townsville Airport recently commencing direct international services to Bali (Denpasar), increased services to Cairns and more recently, direct to the Gold Coast via Rockhampton, now is the ideal time for Redspot to come on board. As the airport continues to grow and develop it is important we are able to meet the demands of increased passenger numbers,” said Mr Gill.