Prevost delivers 2 H3-45s to Fla.

Posted on January 25, 2012

Family-owned and operated charter company Astro Travel and Tours Inc., which is based in Tallahassee, Fla., took delivery of two new 2012 H3-45 Prevost motorcoaches.

"These recent additions give Astro one of the newest fleets in the southeastern U.S.," said VP Matt Brown. "All our vehicles are 56 passenger models from 2010, 2011, or 2012, each equipped with Wi-Fi, in-motion satellite DirecTV and 110-volt outlets. We also have an ADA wheelchair-accessible bus."

Astro's dark green coaches ply both the local roads of its North Florida/South Georgia market as well as the interstates of the continental U.S. Its business comes from group, corporate and institutional customers, including numerous school groups and athletic teams like the Seminoles of its hometown school, Florida State University.



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