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Alexander Dennis Limited (“ADL”), has announced that it has delivered two brand new Plaxton Panther coaches to Heathrow Airport-based operator AirSym Ltd with finance provided through ADL’s partner Mistral Bus and Coach.
The new PSVAR compliant single deck coaches were ordered by Mistral Bus and Coach and have subsequently been supplied to AirSym.
The 53-seat coaches have a bespoke Plaxton livery on their exterior.
AirSym provides transport services for airports, airlines and ground handling companies. Managing Director Allen Jay said: “We’re delighted to add these two new coaches into our fleet and look forward to using them to their full potential over the coming years.”
Mistral Bus and Coach Sales Manager Freddie Fuller added: “These coaches look great and will complement AirSym’s existing fleet perfectly.”
ADL Sales Account Manager Mark Taylor said: “It’s always a pleasure working with Mistral Bus & Coach and we’re pleased to have delivered these two high quality coaches to AirSym for use within their operations.”
Alexander Dennis Limited (“ADL”) is a global leader in the design and manufacture of double deck buses and is also the UK’s largest bus and coach manufacturer. ADL offers single and double deck vehicles under the brands of Alexander Dennis and Plaxton, and has over 31,000 vehicles in service in the UK, Europe, Hong Kong, Singapore, New Zealand, Mexico, Canada and the United States.
This article first appeared on www.focustransport.org
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