Eurolines UK, owned by National Express Group, intends to launch a new daily coach service from London Victoria Coach Station to Amsterdam via Schiphol Airport, providing customers with access to the international airport’s long-haul flights.
The plan aims to create an overnight connection, arriving at Schiphol airport, early in the morning.
Unofficially we found out, that the carrier plans to start this new service on 1st July 2011, it builds on Eurolines’ existing London to Paris Charles De Gaulle Airport offering, which has proven a popular way for UK and international travellers to reach France’s largest airport.
Following on from this information, Eurolines has recently met with The Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport (DG Move) and Airports Council International (ACI) to discuss ways to improve the passenger experience of cross-border coach travellers, including improving access to European airport terminals.
Speaking about the launch of the new service, John Gilbert, president of Eurolines said: “This announcement is another example of our commitment to offer our international travellers Europe’s largest and most extensive coach service.”