Luxury bus co. Vonlane begins offering Houston-Dallas service

Posted on April 17, 2015

DALLAS — After a successful stint operating service between Dallas and Austin, luxury bus service, Vonlane is expanding its fleet and offering trips between Houston and Dallas starting Monday. One-way tickets on buses replete with amenities are $69, with service aimed at business travelers, the Houston Chronicle reported.

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The Dallas-based company, which touts itself as providing "a first-class seat for less than the cost of an airline's coach-class ticket," launched last year and is targeting something unique to Texas: four metro areas, each about 200 miles apart, with frequent travel between them, according to the report.

The vehicles - customized to the company's specifications - feature free wi-fi, satellite television and radio and an attendant offering drinks and amenities more common on first-class flights than intercity bus service, the Chronicle said.

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