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New bus service to begin operating from Inverness

By Rachel Smart

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FlixBus has added Inverness, Aviemore and Pitlochry to its services.
FlixBus has added Inverness, Aviemore and Pitlochry to its services.

A new bus service is set to start operating from Inverness.

Travel tech company, FlixBus, has added Inverness, Aviemore and Pitlochry to its Scottish network.

To celebrate new destinations and added service and its third anniversary in the UK, FlixBus is offering tickets from £2 across routes in Scotland, England and Wales.

The entire Scottish network including Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Aberdeen is included in the offer, while NEC card holders, including YoungScot, can travel for free as usual.

Scottish routes will be delivered in partnership with McGill’s Bus Group, the UK’s largest independent bus operator.

Andreas Schorling, managing director of FlixBus UK, said: “In just three years, we have seen the soaring popularity of our network as a result of the great value travel we offer, with comfortable, modern vehicles which make the journey as enjoyable as the destination!

“What better way to celebrate than with the gift of £2 travel around the vibrant cities and towns of Scotland.”

The company is part of the wider Flix group, which offers travel in 43 countries to over 5,500 destinations.

Schorling added: “Our mission is to become the best-loved coach brand in the country, with the largest network to provide our reliable services to as many passengers as possible.”

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