Sixt rent a car enhances services at Heathrow Airport
New desks have been added within Terminals 1, 3 and 4. This is in addition to customers having access to a freephone telephone in Terminal 5, with a direct link to the Sixt Heathrow car hire centre or UK Reservations Team, and Sixt also promises that car hire facilities at Terminal 5 will be developed in coming months to offer customers a fully interactive touch screen booking system, which links directly into www.sixt.co.uk.
Backed up by its regular courtesy coach service to transfer customers swiftly from all terminals to the car hire centre, Sixt offers travellers arriving at Heathrow three options to collect their car. They can choose to complete all rental paperwork at one of the new desks in terminal before taking the courtesy coach to the car hire centre. Having already completed the necessary paperwork, they simply proceed to the rapid pick-up point to collect their car keys.
Alternatively customers can head straight from "arrivals" to the car hire centre, using the courtesy coach, to complete the required paperwork before collecting their car.
The third and quickest option is for customers to use the Sixt online check-in and go straight to the car hire centre.
Sixt says that the addition of the new services highlights its commitment to both existing and new customers.
Bob Baillie, operations director at Sixt, said: 'We've been servicing customers at Heathrow Airport for many years and our investment in new desks within all terminals demonstrates our commitment to both Heathrow Airport Limited and Sixt customers. We are pleased to support Heathrow Airport Limited by offering more choice for car hire customers arriving into Heathrow Airport.'
Sixt Heathrow will be open seven days a week throughout the year from 6.00-23.00. Customers have access to a freephone telephone at each desk that immediately connects them to the Heathrow car hire centre. Outside of the normal operating hours customers can still speak to a member of the Sixt team in the UK reservations centre using the freephone service.