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Fort Lauderdale International Airport
The Fort Lauderdale International Airport (FLL) is located 3 miles from downtown Fort Lauderdale and 21 miles from Miami. With an area of 1,380 acres each year, 24 million passengers from all over the world pass through its terminals.
The Fort Lauderdale International Airport has two runways, four passenger terminals, and fifty-five gates. Terminal 1, or the New Terminal, is divided into rooms A and B; Terminal 2, or Terminal Delta, has a single room D; Terminal 3, or the Main Terminal, is divided into E and F halls; and Terminal 4 also has one single room, H. A shuttle service takes passengers between terminals.
The Fort Lauderdale International Airport also offers an infrastructure that covers a wide range of services: bars, restaurants, duty free shops, currency exchange, ATM machines, luggage storage rooms, a prayer room and a parking lot with 12,000 spaces available, distributed throughout the 4 terminals.
Car Hire International Airport Fort Lauderdale
In the Fort Lauderdale International Airport there are major car rental companies such as Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Hertz, National and Thrifty. These are in the new car rental center located near Terminal 1.
It is important to remember that the best rental rates are obtained in advance by renting a vehicle with promotions that sites like RentingCarz usually offer.
Exiting the Fort Lauderdale International Airport with a rental car
To exit the Fort Lauderdale International Airport towards Miami, take the Terminal Drive and then head towards I 595 W. Take exit 10 B to I 95 towards Miami. Finally, take exit 2 C on the left, Miami Ave towards Downtown.
Driving on the highways of Fort Lauderdale is not complicated; however, to guarantee a smooth ride, it is advisable to hire a rental car with a GPS in your language, the automatic toll payment SunPass, and all insurance included.