Motorcoach

MCI delivers D4505s to Nebraska

Posted on September 24, 2009

[IMAGE]Arrow.jpg[/IMAGE]Norfolk, Neb.-based Arrow Stage Lines took delivery of two new MCI D4505 models equipped with three-point seat belts.

The new coaches also have wheelchair lifts, surveillance cameras and other security and performance technologies that are standard on newer MCI models, including electronic stability control, Smartwave tire-pressure monitoring and Amerex fire suppression systems.

Arrow plans to use the new coaches in scheduled-line service, shuttle-contract and employee-commuter services, and is the is also the first operator in the nation to equip a coach with the "Get Motorcoachified" marketing campaign decal developed by the Motor Coach Council.

Founded by the Busskohl family in 1928, Arrow currently operates a fleet of 210 vehicles including 167 full-size motor coaches as well as school buses, minivans and vans. The company operates in 13 locations including Omaha, Neb.; Kansas City, Mo.; Denver; Las Vegas; and Phoenix.

 

 

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