Kassel-Calden Airport

Kassel-Calden Airport CAR RENTAL

location address

Fieseler-Storch-Str. 40, 34379 Calden


opening hours

MO - FR:

10:00 - 17:00

How to find us

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Nearby Locations

Other SIXT branches in the vicinity of Kassel-Calden Airport

Car hire and Kassel Airport

Any person arriving at Kassel Airport (KSF) in Germany can now rent a car from Sixts car hire service. Years of experience mean that we know what our customers need from a car rental. Our car hire contracts include an excellent package of added extras (such as hire insurance and sat nav) for all our drivers. The current vehicle range on offer includes some cheap car options, including efficient economy cars and larger 4x4 models. We are proud to offer a service which meets the needs of our customers.

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About Kassel Airport

About Kassel Airport

Kassel Calden Airport (KSF) is in Germany approximately 2 km away from Calden and 17 km away from the city centre of Kassel. The Airport serves several international routes including scheduled and charter flights. However, the main part of the airport's business comes from domestic German flights. The airport also has runs a flight-school as well as the chance to learn how to parachute. Passengers arriving in Kassel can secure affordable car rental from Sixt, a reliable car hire service located at the airport.

Things to see an do in Kassel

Things to see an do in Kassel

Kassel is an intriguing destination and a very good city for the car user. The city is located in the very centre of Germany. This means that visitors are sure to feel immersed in the culture of the country. Car users can drive out of Kassel and visit some of the many interesting small market towns which are located in this area. Visitors can see the city illuminations each weekend, a marvellous display of laser technology. Alternatively, visitors to the city may wish to explore some of the citys any art galleries. Kassel has hosted several major festival of contemporary art, with the Hessentag state festival planned for 2013. The name of the city comes from the local Celtic tribal name Chatti; a clue to the long history of the area.