3601 N 20th Ave, (Pasco, Richland & Kennewick), Pasco, WA, 99301, United States
Hours of Operation:
Sun - Sat 8:00 AM - 12:00 AM
If flying in, the rental counter is within the terminal with a short walk to the car lot.
You can drop off your rental car to Budget right at the airport by navigating to 3601 N 20th Ave, Pasco, WA 99301. Our return location is the same as the airport pickup location. The rental car returns parking lot is near the terminal. Once you have parked the car, make sure it’s locked, then check out and enjoy your flight!
With Budget conveniently located at the Tri-Cities Airport, you can pick up your Pasco airport car rental on your way into town. Once you are on the road, venture out to one of the many national forests surrounding the area or stay and explore Kennewick, Richland, and Pasco.
Fastbreak Membership: Quickly leave the crowded airport with a Fastbreak Membership. Budget offers free memberships to our loyal customers. Become a member to begin skipping lines and earning rewards off your rentals.
Cheap Prices: Budget offers a variety of popular models and now you can cruise in style while saving money. On our website, you can always find coupons and discounts, but we don’t stop there. To help you save even more, we also offer our Best Rate Guarantee. We will beat other traveling agency prices if they’re offering the same Budget car for a lower price during the same period.
When choosing a car rental in Pasco, WA, consider some of the activities and sights you have on your schedule. For those wanting to drive out to Mount Rainier National Park, an SUV may be the best vehicle to combat the rougher terrain. What if you are here by yourself on business? A smaller vehicle may be a better option for those parking and driving frequently in the city. View more vehicle options below.
Take a 5-, 7-, or 8-passenger SUV out to Lake Wallula for an afternoon of fishing and an evening under the stars.
If you’ll be traveling with children, a minivan rental offers convenient sliding doors and a spacious interior. Drive to Sacajawea Historical State Park in a minivan.
Larger groups are no longer a problem with 12-seat passenger vans in the Tri-Cities area.