• General 28.05.2017

    The summer season is presented by all indications quiet but the consequences of the crisis seem to affect the sector, Barcelona and many other places are of prominence in our country. Secretary of State for Tourism, Joan Mesquida, said it expected a decline of 10% in foreign tourist arrivals in the summer season. However, the car rental sector appears to have noting the decline in reserve levels. According to Ana Rubio, Communications of travel CAR HIRE: “” forecasts we are breaking at the airports in greater demand at this time, as the airport of Madrid, Barcelona and Alicante. This phenomenon may be due to a combination of several factors, all due to the time of crisis in which we are engaged. ” Ana Rubio, said some of the factors have influenced the achievement of the current situation: – “On the one hand, most car rental companies, especially medium and small, have not expanded its fleet this year to the decline expected in the number of visitors. Not only that, but many of them have shed the oldest fleet of its programs through sales of used cars. “” And on the other hand, we have the reaction of tourists, which in these times crisis waits until the last minute to make a reservation for your vacation, economic instability increases, logically the precaution of people …

    “These and other factors has led to that already in the month of June is very difficult to secure a car hire in tourist spots such as Madrid, Barcelona or Alicante for this summer 2009 season. travel HIRE CAR, which has more than 30 suppliers for car hire and therefore have a fleet capacity than the other competitors think you can guarantee the supply of car hire and car rental Madrid at Barcelona this season. The numbers do not lie, booking data, Alicante or have skyrocketed in the last month in an unusual way. – “We hope at the end of the campaign confirms this summer. “- Ana Rubio says,” In these times, maintain or exceed expectations is all a challenge!”

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