16/03/2016 - Maynes Coaches recognised as Coach Tour Operator of the Year

Winner, large fleets, at annual National Coach Tourism Awards

Fantastic news for everyone in the Mayne Team, today we were delighted to find out that Maynes Coaches became Coach Tour Operator of the Year - Large Fleets, more than 15 coaches category at last night's National Coach Tourism Awards. The awards is now in its 11th year took place alongside the British Tourism & Travel Show at Vox, Resorts World Birmingham, NEC.

The annual National Coach Tourism Awards recognise excellence and innovation across coach tour operators, destinations, attractions, and tourism industry suppliers. The awards by leading coach tourism trade magazine Coach Monthly, is the only national awards scheme to specifically focus on the coach tourism industry.

Awards are split into three main categories: coach tour operators; destinations and attractions; and industry suppliers. In addition, there are opportunities to enter for the Coach Tourism Innovation and Green Awards, and to nominate for Coach Tourism Professional of the Year, and Coach Tour Driver of the Year. 

Karen Tiley Regional Manager of CPT UK ( our trade association ) collected the awards on our behalf.

The industry names we were up against in the final this year.


Alfa Travel

Bakers Dolphin

Edwards Coaches

Shearings Holidays

Woods Travel Bognor Regis

Maynes Coaches are one of the few UK Coach Operators to pass all the current independently audited processes. Currently Maynes are the only Scottish member of the Guild Of British Coach Operators and one of three Coachmarque members north of the border, makes Maynes Coaches the logical company to trust when choosing your preferred coach hire partner.

 For more info on the awards click here http://ncta.co.uk/

Well done to everyone in the Mayne team. The only Way to travel is the Mayne way! 

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