Find and Compare a Reliable Car Rental in Waterloo Airport
Waterloo International Airport (ALO) serves the cities of the Waterloo Region of Ontario, Canada. Several adjacent cities – including Cambridge, Kitchener and Waterloo – form this metropolitan region which is home to over 500 thousand Canadians. (Kitchener is the largest city of the Waterloo Region.) The airport itself is located near Breslau in the small Woolwich Township. In 2015, Waterloo International handled just over 150 thousand passengers, according to Statistics Canada.
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Note: Be careful that you don't confuse this airport (which was formerly known as Waterloo Regional Airport) with the Waterloo Regional Airport in Iowa, United States!
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At Waterloo International, you'll find many of the amenities of larger airports, but with more convenience and much less crowding than Toronto Pearson International or other Ontario destinations! Waterloo International's terminal building features 4 gates for scheduled flights, a domestic/international lounge, an eating area and a vending area.
When you fly into Waterloo International, it's strongly advised that you book a car rental at the airport, because there is no public transit (bus route) at this rural airport. Car rentals are available on-site from three major rental companies: Avis, Budget and Hertz!
Once you've picked up your car rental, it's easy to get on your way to the hotel or business appointments you have planned. The airport's main access road, Fountain Street North, intersects with Highway 7 to the north – giving you access to Waterloo and Guelph – and with the 401 Highway to the south – providing a direct route to London and Toronto.