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Johnsons celebrate the long awaited arrival of their two-brand new Luxury Traveller coaches

 Johnsons Coaches, at Henley-in-Arden, one of the midlands largest and longest established coach and bus operators are celebrating the long-awaited arrival of their two-brand new ‘Luxury Traveller’ coaches. These new arrivals go into service on 17th May, the first day of stage 3 when restrictions are to be partially lifted.

Branded ‘Luxury Traveller’ these coaches will be used exclusively on Johnsons own programme of ‘Luxury Traveller’ holidays by coach, here in the UK and, when the situation allows, overseas too, with all hotels in the programme being 4 star.

The coaches are equipped with only 43 seats to provide super- spacious legroom and luxuriously comfortable reclining seats, all with calf supports as well as footrests. The coaches are packed with many other features like USB charging points, free WiFi and free drinks on board.

John Johnson, the firm’s commercial director said, “I’m delighted that after a year’s delay due the pandemic that at last we can take delivery of these fantastic new coaches. I know that our customers will love them, they take luxury coach travel to a whole new level. The new coaches have the latest, technologically advanced, 13 litre diesel engines that are environmentally friendly, with only the same exhaust emissions as a modern family car! They will be seen regularly out and about as they spearhead Johnsons large and popular programme of holidays, Short breaks and day excursions, for their customers throughout the midlands and south Warwickshire.

For more information please contact:
Lauren Davies, Marketing Manager for Johnsons Coach & Bus Travel
01564 797 066
Liveridge House, Liveridge Hill, Henley-in-Arden, Warwickshire B95 5QS

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