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Customers of Alamo, Enterprise, and Rent-A-Car will be able to bypass the desk, but as yet another airport service becomes more automated, sales associates can’t be excited about the prospect of losing their jobs to a computer.

For the first time, Enterprise Rent-A-Car customers are now able to bypass a rental counter at some airports with the addition of new self-service kiosks.

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Customers will be able to pick up their cars at any hour with the new kiosks. Photo by Atomic Taco.

Enterprise’s parent company, Clayton-based Enterprise Holdings, is adding new touch-screen kiosks at 50 U.S. airports to cut down on check-in times. Enterprise installed its first new kiosk in Orlando in late June and plans to add new kiosks at Lambert International St. Louis Airport later this month, a spokeswoman said.

 

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