Vonlane expands service between Houston, San Antonio

Posted on March 30, 2017

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Luxury motorcoach service Vonlane will begin offering service in April between San Antonio and Houston with daily departures and arrivals in the heart of San Antonio, providing easy access to and from the downtown convention center and Riverwalk hotels.

The launch of Vonlane service to San Antonio means 70% of Texas’ population living in the “Texas Triangle” cities of Austin, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio are now served by Vonlane motorcoaches.

The new route between Texas’ two largest cities will officially launch on April 5, offering nearly seven million new customers the complete Vonlane experience, including first class seats, ample workspace, Wi-Fi, and an on-board attendant providing passengers with premium cabin service and complimentary amenities.

“We launched our first route between Austin and Dallas less than three years ago, and since then the demand for luxury coach service between the other major cities in Texas has exploded,” said Alex Danza, founder and president of Vonlane. “For the very first time, customers traveling between Houston and San Antonio will have the option to take Vonlane, the most comfortable and convenient motorcoach experience in the nation.”

Each of the four major cities in the Triangle, home to nearly 18 million people, has been ranked in the top 20 of America’s fastest growing cities. Vonlane’s added service between Houston and San Antonio will not only offer a high-quality travel alternative for residents, it will help relieve a strained transportation system due to population growth.

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