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September 30, 2013

Red Coach adds 'Economy Class' service

Miami-based Red Coach announced the addition of new Economy Class service.

Red Coach has been known, since it’s’ inception, for offering extremely luxurious service throughout Florida aboard custom designed 27 seat Prevost coaches. Its exclusive to Florida, 2+1 seating configuration, coupled with extreme reclining leather seats, have made Red Coach rival even the highest end first class airline comfort, according to the company.

Its new Economy Class service will be offered aboard deluxe Volvo 9700 coaches. Each motorcoach will offer 54 economy class seats with on board Wi-Fi, restrooms, electrical outlets, retractable foot rests, seat belts, and operated with the highest levels of safety and customer service that Red Coach passengers have grown accustomed to.

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