Kansas City International Airport, a swinging place if you're taking a connecting flight to Evansville, has decided to reduce the stress of the traveling masses by consolidating the airport's ten rental car offices into one $90 million facility. Besides making it easier to find the rental car counter, it also reduces the environmental impact by decreasing the number of busses needed to get people to their cars. It would be great if more airports would do this, as we'd prefer the limit the time between us and the Shelby GT350H we expensed to the Jalopnik corporate card (which, sadly, has a credit limit of twenty smackers). As one airport official said "We believe this facility and our recent terminal renovations will firmly solidify our role as the region's leading airport." That's right, Springfield-Branson Regional Airport can suck it.

Consolidated Car-Rental Facility Will Help Ease Traveler's Hassles [Kansas City Star]

Laaaaaaame, GT350H rental details [Internal]