HONOLULU — Royal Star Hawaii began phase two of its $35 million face lift, which included the blessing and opening of a new bus maintenance facility, HawaiiNewsNow reports.
The four-acre Royal Star maintenance facility is also slated to become the future site of the corporate headquarters of its parent company, Stars of Paradise. The third and final phase is expected to be completed in 2020.
The company now has plans to add 20 new vehicles to its fleet, including six, 58-seat buses and some luxury xi-seater SUVs. The deluxe gold buses are equipped with an on-board restroom and outlets at each seat. For the full story, click here.