Prevost delivers 6 H3-45s to California operator

Posted on May 31, 2019

The new H3-45 coaches are equipped for high-level comfort.
The new H3-45 coaches are equipped for high-level comfort.

Irwindale, California’s Four Season Travel accepted delivery of six 2019 H3-45s from Prevost, bringing their coach count to 32, with a mixed fleet that includes 17 H3-45s and three Volvo 9700 coaches.

The new H3-45 coaches were added to Four Season Travel’s fleet to better serve their growing worldwide clientele. The new coaches are equipped for high-level comfort — offering custom Amaya seating with fold-down foot rests, tray tables, electronically-controlled window blinds, and USB charging ports. Additionally, the customized microphone and Wi-Fi system help ensure a positive tour experience.

While passengers soak up the panoramic view through flush-mounted frameless windows from the highest deck of the Prevost models, their luggage sits comfortably in the H-Series’ expansive 470 cubic feet under-floor cargo area.

Since 2012, Four Season Travel has steadily expanded, providing coach services to national and international tour operators and travel groups and VIP minibus charters, as well as offering bus and coach maintenance.

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