Car hire in Bridgeport Sikorsky Memorial Airport, with Naniko
Since landing at the airport of Bridgeport, only a few minutes’ drive separates you from the towns center, situated next to New York, which is annually visited by millions of voyagers from all over the world.
Provide in advance the car rental at the airport in Bridgeport is the most appropriate way to enjoy better your trip through the roads of America.
Thanks to auto renting from Naniko you can move with complete independence and freedom from Bridgeport CT-airport.
- Unlike many other companies, we offer you unlimited mileage, meaning that you can go wherever you want.
- In addition to this, local taxes and roadside assistance is also already included in the proposed tariffs.
- Naniko is committed to providing the best service to maximize customer satisfaction. This means that you will not have to face the negative facts of unforeseen and hidden costs.
- Customer service, we are available 24 hours a day every day.
- If you face any troubles on the road, our technical assistance team will be at your service. We are available to you at any time.
With Naniko you will also get full insurance already included in the vehicle rental price at the international airport of Bridgeport.
Throughout its history, the Bridgeport airport several times changed its name. Originally it was an airfield with a track where the plane could land on the grass.
It also was the spot of the first air show conducted in 1911, in the very place where today there is a cemetery of St. Michaels. The airport has gained its popularity after the emergency landing of Captain Jim Mollison in 1933, trying to cross the Atlantic.
City officials bought the airport in 1937, and then it turn to municipal airport.
Mission and aim of the airport was the provision of services to maximize the value for the inhabitants of the city and the region, as well as fit out as a safe and secure aviation center.
Airport name associated with such interesting facts as that in 1962, President John F. Kennedy said his speech here, and then in 1992, President George W. Bush also delivered a speech at the airport.
In 2006, US Helicopter started to organize regular flights to New York with a stopover in the center of Manhattan Heliport and then to the international airport of John F. Kennedy. But then in 2009, US Helicopter suddenly closed.
For today, the airport covers 324 hectares of land at a height of three meters above sea level and has two paved runways and one helipad.
In 2010, from the airport was performed about 67,951 aircraft operations, mean of 186 per day.
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