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Santander Airport (from 9/1) Car Rental

Location Details
Address: Carretera del aeropuerto, s/n
  39600 Maliano ES +34-902491616
 
Location: Airport
GDS - Code: SDR
Opening Hours
Mo. - Su.08:00 - 23:00
Bank Holiday08:00 - 23:00
 
 
 

Location Details

Opening Hours

Mo. - Su.08:00 - 23:00
Bank Holiday08:00 - 23:00

Contacts / Lost & Found

SIXT # Santander Airport (from 9/1) SDR Carretera del aeropuerto, s/n 39600 Maliano 43.422933, -3.824195 +34-902491616

SIXT # Santander Airport (from 9/1) SDR

Carretera del aeropuerto, s/n
39600 Maliano
 
Phone +34-902491616
Fax

Location plan - how to find us

Your way to Sixt:

After taking your luggage, exit the security area. Follow the rent a car signs and go up through the corridor. You will find our office in front of departure area, near to parking exit.


Return information from Bilbao:

Drive on the A8 towards Maliaño, take exit 3-A from S-10, follow the signs for Aeropuerto on the N-636 and continue to the exclusive access lane Rent a Car. Once inside the car park, follow Sixt directions to the vehicle return area, park your car and give us the keys in the office inside the airport


Return information from Santander:

Drive on S-10 to Airport, take exit 3 from S-10, follow the signs for Aeropuerto on the N-636 and continue to the exclusive access lane Rent a Car. Once inside the car park, follow Sixt directions to the vehicle return area, park your car and give us the keys in the office inside the airport.


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Categories and Services

  • Compact Cars & Sedans
  • Sports cars & convertibles
  • 4x4 / SUV

Your benefits with Sixt

  • Sixt Best Price Guarantee
  • New cars - on average 3 months old
  • Free cancellation and reservation changes when you pay on arrival
  • Miles & More - Earn miles
  • No hidden costs
  • Germany's largest and best car rental company
  • No credit card fees
  • Excellent 24/7 customer service