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February 4, 2013

Fla. coach carrier extends route to U. of South Fla.

In response to student feedback, Orlando, Fla.-based RedCoach is extending one of its routes to include a stop at the University of South Florida campus, joining two of its other stops in the Tampa area.


December 23, 2010

RedCoach expands service to Jacksonville, Daytona Beach, Fla.

Fares between Jacksonville and Orlando will start at $28 round trip. Round trip fares between Daytona Beach and Orlando start at $25.


October 27, 2010

RedCoach expands services to Tampa, Fla.

It currently services eight markets including: Orlando, Miami, Atlanta, Tampa, Gainesville, Tallahassee, Pompano Beach, and West Palm Beach. Jacksonville and Daytona Beach will be added to the list of destinations by the end of the year to meet customer demand.


September 7, 2010

RedCoach launches luxury coach service in Southeast

Services are now available in eight markets including: Orlando, Tampa, Miami, Gainesville, Tallahassee, Fort Lauderdale, Lake Worth and Atlanta. In addition to these markets, RedCoach is planning to expand service in the near future to Jacksonville and Daytona Beach to meet customer demand.


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