EasyBus expanding?

EasyBus expanding? EasyBus expanding?
EasyBus is declining to comment on expansion plans reported in last week’s Sunday Telegraph – but has given the report some credence by posting it on its website. The company is said to be considering a launch in mainland Europe, and also to be looking at new airport services in this country.

At present the only easyBus services are in the London area. Flotation of easyBus on the Alternative Investment Market is being suggested as a medium-term possibility.

EasyBus started operations in 2004 and currently serves Stansted, Luton and Gatwick airports, all of which are used by easyJet. The Stansted and Gatwick services are operated by a dedicated fleet of Mercedes Sprinters. The Luton service is run in conjunction with Arriva using full-size coaches on Green Line service 757.