MCI delivers to Omaha, Neb.

Posted on April 24, 2012

Omaha, Neb.-based Arrow Stage Lines took delivery of two new MCI D4505s and four new MCI J4500s.

Intended for high-end tours and charters, the newest J4500 has a rear galley with Keurig coffeemaker as well as a host of premium features including three-point seat belts, elegant wood flooring, Wi-Fi, 110-volt outlets for passenger electronics, chrome mirrors and more.

Both the D4505s and J4505s share a number of standard MCI safety features, including electronic stability control, tire-pressure monitoring systems and fire-suppression equipment. Arrow additionally installs GPS on all of its coaches. The coaches are powered by engines that meet the latest EPA standards for drastically reduced emissions.

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