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Arrow Stage Lines Adds CX Models to Fleet

Arrow Stage Lines Adds CX Models to Fleet

Arrow Stage Lines has taken delivery of two VanHool CX models. These white coaches feature Arrow Connect and seat up to 56 passengers. “We have made multiple additions to our fleet this past year,” said Arrow Stage Lines COO Luke Busskohl. “We believe the CX will provided added diversity to our already vast product offering.” The company currently runs VanHool’s TX model, and recently took delivery of 3 TX models in June. These coaches come equipped with a plush blue interior, hard wood floors, led lighting, back window, and a roomy lavatory in the rear of the coach. The coaches will be located in the company’s Denver base....
Elevating the Experience

Elevating the Experience

Arrow Stage Lines received 4 new MCI J4500 coaches on Sunday, February, 14 2015. The 54 seat coaches are equipped with Arrow Connect, released in December 2014. The Arrow Stage Lines product development team worked along with interior designers to develop a flawless interior. All coaches also feature a new logo material. Each coach delivered to Arrow Stage Lines this year will arrive on scene with a carbon fiber, stainless brushed steel or other new graphic material. “The overall experience is highly important to us,” said Arrow Stage Lines COO Luke Busskohl. “From the headrest, to the flooring, to the outside appearance of our coaches. Our product development team went into great detail with these coaches and we are excited to move these MCI J’s to their new Arrow locations.” Arrow will be moving these vehicles throughout the fleet, with new variations and more deliveries planned throughout...

The World’s Toughest Bus: It’s Regular Route through Downtown Baghdad

With their admirable size and power, pretty much all buses are tough vehicles. However, there are some that are tougher than most and one prime example is the Rhino Runner. This unique vehicle has to travel along one of the most dangerous routes imaginable, which is why it needs to be such a tough vehicle. Route Irish is one of the most dangerous routes on the planet, and encompasses the stretch between Baghdad’s secure Green Zone and the airport. This is a route that has become known for everything from ambushes through to explosions and attacks, so travelling in a ‘tin can’ vehicle really isn’t an option. The Rhino Runner – World’s Toughest Bus Even the name of this extra tough vehicle reflects its toughness – and this level of toughness is definitely a necessity given the fact that pot-shots have been taken at these vehicles while travelling this route. Thanks to its design this vehicle is able to provide transport in an area where travelling in a regular vehicle could be considered suicidal. Accounts of attacks that have taken place on this dangerous route have shown how passengers who were on Rhino Runners in the immediate vicinity managed to escape unscathed, which gives you an idea of just how tough these vehicles are. More remarkable is the fact that this is a handmade vehicle and is able to withstand bullets of all calibers. In addition, the glass is designed so that bullets cannot enter the bus but they can be shot out from inside the bus! If you would like to bring your group on a great motorcoach journey, Arrow...

Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum

Take a trip to the very edge of space when you visit the Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum! This museum is packed full of absolutely amazing things to see and do, and there is even an Air and Space Camp for budding space explorers. The opening hours of the museum are from Monday to Saturday from 10.00am to 5.00pm and on Sundays from 12.00pm to 5.00pm. On the second Saturday of each month there is a Cockpit Demo. This fascinating experience is an absolute must for anyone who has a particular interest in air & space travel. In addition to this there are many other events held throughout the year such as Storytime in the Exploration Station – a whole lot of fun and a perfect experience for those younger visitors on their first voyage to the stars. The exhibits that are on show at the museum include displays of aircraft, space and rocketry. There are also some breath-taking restoration projects (helped along by volunteers). If this is something that interests you, why not ask to join in? You may be picked to help on a project! There is a large car park that is attached to the museum, so if you are planning on travelling as part of group you will be able to get in and out with ease. As you will see, the Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum is an amazing place to visit that will capture the imagination of everyone who goes there. If you would like to bring a group to the Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space...

Freedom Park Navy Museum

If you would like to combine the simple natural pleasures of the outdoors with the intellectual stimulation of well-presented historical information, then the Freedom Park Navy Museum is definitely for you. This is a wonderful place for people of all ages to visit and it is open 7 days per week from 8.00am – 8.00pm providing that the weather is good. The park is a popular attraction with groups of school children, families or just people who are into naval history and would like to learn more. The park features multiple naval vessels such as the USS Hazard – this mighty warship served in Pearl Harbour – and the USS Marlin, one of the smallest submarines in the world. Being able to get right up close to these mighty vessels is something you must truly experience! Adding to the excitement, you even get the chance to go inside them to see what it would be like for those brave naval personnel who served on-board. To get the best information possible during your visit to the Freedom Park Navy Museum you should take a guided tour. These are available from Friday to Sunday between the hours of 10.00am and 3.00pm. You should be aware that these tours are from April through to November, so if you visit outside of these months you will not be able to avail of one. It is also possible to arrange private tours for groups, and for naval history enthusiasts these are really worthwhile. Admission to the park is free. If you would like to bring a group to the Freedom Park Navy Museum, Arrow Stage Lines...

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