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Award-winning Bluebird Coaches of Weymouth continue to invest in their company which is celebrating 95 years in business this year.  Bluebird Coaches have recently invested over £500,000 in two brand new coaches as the new Ultra Low Emission regulations come into force this month in London.

Martyn Hoare, one of the owners of Bluebird Coaches said “It is vital that we continue to invest in new vehicles to meet new London Ultra Low Emission Zone rules and to give our customers the very best in terms of comfort and technology.  We are proud to announce the acquisition of two new 53 seat luxury coaches.   Both vehicles have the very latest in fuel-efficient emission reducing technology and meet Euro 6 engine regulations.  Recent legislation means that coaches that don’t meet the Euro 6 requirement will not be allowed into central London unless they pay a fine of £100. Having a Euro 6 fleet means we can go into the LEZ (low emission zone) and the ULEZ (ultra-low emission zone) in central London without having to charge customers any additional fees.”

The new VDL Futura coaches which were manufactured in Eindhoven, Holland and are fully equipped with 53 reclining seats with leather headrests and cushions, adjustable footrests, 3 point seat belts, folding tables and magazine nets.  The vehicles also have WiFi connectivity for passengers, air conditioning, and a toilet with a hot air hand dryer.  Bluebird coaches offer a wide selection of day trips and holidays in addition to private hire of the coach fleet.

For further information on Bluebird Coaches and holidays please visit  or call 01305 782353

Photo supplied by Bluebird Coaches :  .Gemma Hoare of Bluebird Coaches and  Graham Messenger, Area Sales Executive for Moseley South of England

Paul Appleby
Author: Paul Appleby