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FlightCar, the world’s first peer-to-peer car sharing company to operate at airports, announced today it has expanded operations to include Philadelphia International Airport (PHL), Dallas Love Field (DAL), and Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD).
FlightCar, which already operates in four other major U.S. cities: San Francisco, Los Angeles, Boston, and Seattle, enables its customers to enjoy free airport parking and earn extra cash by renting out their unused cars to other approved members. FlightCar pays car owners when their car is rented, based on the mileage the car is driven. The company has seen impressive growth in the past year since its launch and has the financial backing and endorsement of many high-profile investors, including GGV Capital, General Catalyst Partners, Airbnb Co-Founder Brian Chesky, and Ryan Seacrest. Travelers can expect to see FlightCar opening in more cities across the nation in the near future.
“We’re excited to bring FlightCar to Philadelphia, Washington D.C., and Dallas,” said FlightCar Co-Founder & CEO, Rujul Zaparde. “Our newest location near Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) is our fastest-growing to-date. And today, we’re launching three markets at once to build on the momentum we’re seeing in our other cities.”
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Originally published November 19, 2014.