Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport offers parking spaces enough to accommodate 9000+ vehicles. The parking spots are available for both hourly parking and on a daily basis. The parking in Terminal A has a five level garage, which is connected to the garage. There are also rental services offered in the terminals.
Terminal B & C are attended by a car park garage that is linked to the terminal at both ends. There are shuttle buses that provide movements in between terminals and the economy lot.
Taxi cabs servicing the airport are found in a-118,000 sq. ft. lobby premeditated to have a holding capacity of at most 500 vehicles at a time. 5000+ cabs serve the airport on a daily capacity. There are also shared-ride vans that also ferry people in and about the airport. They are called Super Shuttle. There are 5 rental companies found in the airport.
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Car rental
There are several car rental agencies around the airport, for example, Hertz, Enterprise Rent-A-car, and Alamo Rent a Car. On average, car rental companies would demand $68. The types of cars available for renting include compact, economy, special, midsize, SUVs, premium, and luxury cars. Minivans are also available.
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