There are two companies that provide car rental services at Ogdensburg International Airport. The vehicles from both companies are insured to enter Canada.
Since neither company is physically located on site, you will need to make your reservation before arriving at or flying in to the airport.
When contacting the companies, please be sure to specify that the rental car is for Ogdensburg International Airport and ask for guidance on how to pick up or drop off the rental at the airport.
For the convenience of Canadian travelers wanting to get to and from Ogdensburg International Airport, there are two companies that are registered with us:
Dixon’s Car and Truck Rental
- Locations in Brockville, Gananoque, Kemptville, Kingston, Perth, and Smiths Falls
- Will also make trips to the Ottawa area to pick up passengers
- Dixon’s Car and Truck Rental website
- Book online
South Coast Shuttle
- Ride share program serves Ottawa, Nepean, Kemptville, Manotick, Cornwall, Brockville, Morrisburg, Cardinal and Prescott
- South Coast Shuttle website
- (613) 808-6060
Lyft is an on-demand transportation company based in the US that uses a car transportation mobile app. It offers U.S. travelers (individuals or groups) the option to get a “Lyft” to the Ogdensburg International Airport. To download the mobile app and learn more about how to request a ride, ride types, and pickup zone, please visit the Lyft website. The website also provides information about costs and includes a Fare Estimator. Note: If you intend to cross the border, you will need to enquire whether this service exists.
Uber is another on-demand transportation company that serves Upstate New York and the Ogdensburg airport. Using UBER’s mobile app, individuals or groups can choose a ride, set the location and track the driver’s arrival on a map. To download the mobile app and learn more about how to request a ride, please visit the UBER website. You can also use UBER’s Fare Estimator. Note: If you intend to cross the border, you will need to enquire whether this service exists.