CompareCarHire.co.uk compares the prices of well-known car hire companies in United States, including the following location: Fayetteville Airport
The following car rental companies received the highest ratings in Fayetteville Airport. Compare the ratings and prices of these rental companies with a single search.
Fayetteville Regional Airport is the official name of the airport serving the central North Carolina city of Fayetteville. However, Grannis Field is another name often used for this airport, which is located three miles south of Fayetteville's central business district with car rental in Fayetteville Airport. Approximately 256,000 passengers used this medium-sized airport in 2010.
One of the two airport terminals is reserved for general aviation, while the other terminal welcomes direct flights to Charlotte, Atlanta and Dallas. Passengers at this Cumberland County airport can compare car hire through Alamo, Hertz, Avis, Budget or Enterprise. Other amenities within the commercial terminal building include an ATM, wireless internet access, vending machines and video games.
Fayetteville, North Carolina's sixth-most populated city, boasts a recently cleaned downtown area filled with shops and restaurants. Car hire in Fayetteville Airport can easily make the 60-minute journey north to Raleigh, North Carolina's state capital, or the scenic trip to the unspoilt Carver's Falls. Visitors can see these privately-owned falls as part of an adventure tour through North Carolina's Sandhills.
Fayetteville typically enjoys pleasantly warm summers and fairly cool winters, with average temperatures slightly above the freezing point. Warm temperatures are common between April and October, with a fairly sharp decrease in November. Frost and snow can occur between December and February, but are rarely permanent parts of the winter weather here. July is the rainiest and hottest month of all.
The All American Freeway connects Fayetteville with the nearby Fort Bragg military base, while the Martin Luther King Jr. Freeway is the main loop around Fayetteville's central business district. Interstate 95, the longest interstate in the eastern United States, passes through Fayetteville. A total of more than 750 miles of themed road trails are situated within the city.