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In Huntsville you may feel that a rocket, a spacecraft or a missile is the usual method of transport but unfortunately they’re not included in our (almost) comprehensive range of vehicles to hire at Huntsville Airport. If you want to go and see where the faster means of long distance transport are made then just hire one of our cars. You’ll find they’re probably more comfortable than a rocket and more reliable but most certainly more economical! By entering your travel requirements on this page you’ll also find that we offer the lowest prices on car hire at Huntsville Airport.

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We don’t believe you’ll find a better car hire package than that offered by Any Airport Car Hire at Huntsville Airport. We know we can’t be beaten on price when you compare the package on offer and if that’s not enough, we also offer an exceptional standard of customer service so that if you need us at any time during the rental period, we can be contacted by phone, through the 24 hour emergency helpline or online through our Live Chat facility. With such high standards you should be able to see the futility of looking elsewhere for better value car hire at Huntsville Airport.

Huntsville International Airport Guide

Huntsville International Airport is nine miles from the city centre, a distance that’s easily covered when you collect your pre-booked hire car upon arrival at Huntsville International Airport. It’s only designated as an international airport because of its cargo traffic and all passenger flights come from and go to domestic airports within the US. If you can to fly to Huntsville from further afield, you can take a connecting flight to Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit or Denver and change there for Huntsville.

Huntsville was once a sleepy town whose fortunes were made on the production and export of cotton but after the Second World War, German rocket scientists including Werner von Braun were brought to the US Air Force facility there spawning the space industry. Cotton is long forgotten now and visitors flock to the Space and Rocket Center Museum to see how space flight developed with the help of the German scientists.

There’s another museum complex called EarlyWorks which has three parts, the best being the reconstructed constitution village which led to the formation of Alabama in 1819. A children’s museum there is also a good place for families to spend a few hours giving the little ones the chance for some hands on learning.
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