Mönchengladbach Airport

Mönchengladbach Airport CAR RENTAL

location address

Flughafenstr. 95, 41066 Mönchengladbach


opening hours

24-hour return
MO - FR:

07:30 - 20:30

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Sixt Car Hire at Moenchengladbach Airport

Our car rental at Moenchengladbach will get you on the move quickly and smoothly. Choose from a great range of car hire options, as you#d expect from the largest premium vehicle fleet in Europe. Our car rentals at Moenchengladbach Airport include a selection of great-value hatchbacks and superminis, which make brilliant economy choices for short breaks or business travel. We also offer more spacious estate models for a little extra legroom and luggage space. And, of course, you can opt for a range of add-on services to suit the way you like to travel: from additional driver packages to under-25 insurance.

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 Car Hire from Moenchengladbach Airport

Car Hire from Moenchengladbach Airport

Benefiting from great motorway connections to Dusseldorf and beyond, Moenchengladbach Airport (or simply MGL) is the gateway to the tourist sights and commercial energy of the Rhineland. Only three miles to the northwest of the city itself, at the Neersen junction of the A52 und A44, it's easy to find. Its small size makes for a quick end-to-end experience. With our 'Meet and Greet' service, you pick up your key and contract straight from the GAT in the main terminal building, at any time from 7:30am to 8:30pm. And on the way back, simply leave the car in the free airport car park, and the keys with the GAT airport staff, then confirm the drop-off by phone on +49 2161 3088659.

Start your Rhineland journey with car hire from Moenchengladbach Airport

Start your Rhineland journey with car hire from Moenchengladbach Airport

With car hire at Moenchengladbach Airport, the sightseeing starts as soon as you land! MGL offers tours behind the scenes of an operating airfield, its star attraction a beautifully restored vintage Junkers JU 55 passenger plane. A half-hour drive takes you to Dusseldorf's old town (Altstadt): park nearby and explore a network of lanes dotted with cafes and bars, churches and traditional architecture. The northern Rhinelanders are justly proud of their reputation as makers and doers. A drive south takes you to Solingen, the country's metalworking capital and a stop on the European Route of Industrial Heritage, where the German Blade Museum evokes a history of medieval swordsmiths and modern-day precision craftsmanship. Traces of this hard-working heritage are everywhere in the landscape, sometimes strikingly reclaimed or redesigned. Nearby in Essen is the Zollverein Coal Mine, now partly a design museum, where its Bauhaus architecture and its imposing winding-tower led to it being dubbed the most beautiful coal mine in the world. And in this most sport-obsessed corner of Germany, don't miss out on a visit to Borussia-Park, home to Borussia Moenchengladbach, one of the powerhouses of the Bundesliga.