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Buchbinder – Your car rental at the airport

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From the plane in the rental car - it's easy!

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Regardless of whether you're on business or privately jetting around the area, many air travelers often ask themselves a question: How can you be as flexible as possible after you arrive at the destination airport?

Public transport often falter in terms of reliability and punctuality, picking up on the good old taxi, the whole thing quickly goes into the money - and you do not always get one when you need it. A solution that does not dissapoint? The rental car!


This is where we from Buchbinder comes into play: We offer you the greatest possible flexibility and mobility at fair prices. We pay particular attention to ensuring that our cars are always in excellent condition, so that no unpleasant surprises await you. Our airport stations are located directly in the terminals of the most important German airports. We are there for you in Frankfurt, Berlin, Munich, Dusseldorf, Cologne, Hamburg, Stuttgart and Hahn.

If you travel a lot for business, you usually have more important things to do than deal with lengthy booking processes. And also on vacation time is precious and booking a rental car should go as fast as possible. We do not want to delay you longer than absolutely necessary. Simply make your reservation in advance online - or just come to our desk after landing and let our colleagues advise you on the spot. It only takes a few minutes - and you have the key in your hands and you can leave the airport on four wheels. Incidentally, these four wheels are among high-quality models of renowned manufacturers such as BMW, VW, Ford, Opel or Skoda. Interesting additional services, which you can book low-priced, can be found here!

In short: With our airport stations, we offer you short distances, fast processes, high-quality rental cars and reasonable prices. That is our answer to the initial question about mobility after landing!