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Another car sharing company lands at Logan Airport

Andre Haddad, CEO of RelayRides, says “It’s a huge opportunity for us.”
Andre Haddad, CEO of RelayRides, says “It’s a huge opportunity for us.”

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The airport has become a hot spot in the car sharing world. First, FlightCar , a California company that allows departing travelers to rent their personal cars to arriving passengers, launched its service at several airports, including Logan International.

Now, RelayRides, a three-year-old company founded in Cambridge, is getting into the act, recently expanding its service from neighborhoods to airports. Already, its members have listed more than 1,000 cars that can be picked up at 150 airports around the country, including about 30 vehicles at Logan.

“It’s a huge opportunity for us to establish ourselves as a new player in the space that hasn’t seen a lot of innovation until recently,” said Andre Haddad, chief executive of RelayRides, which is now based in San Francisco.

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