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Michigan Flyer upgrades to Turnit intermodal reservation system

Posted on January 7, 2020

Michigan Flyer is a deluxe motorcoach service offering frequent daily roundtrips between East Lansing, Brighton, Ann Arbor, and Detroit Metropolitan Airport.
Indian Trails
Michigan Flyer is a deluxe motorcoach service offering frequent daily roundtrips between East Lansing, Brighton, Ann Arbor, and Detroit Metropolitan Airport.Indian Trails

Turnit — a travel technology company developing off-the-shelf reservation and inventory management platform for the ground-based travel industry — announced an agreement with Indian Trails Inc. to launch an intermodal bus ticket reservation system for passengers of its Michigan Flyer airport and intercity shuttle service.

“Leveraging our experience from the competitive European market, our aim is to introduce innovative features like door-to-door booking and advanced demand-driven pricing to the U.S. intercity bus market,” said Andres Osula, founder and CEO of Turnit.

Michigan Flyer is a deluxe motorcoach service offering frequent daily roundtrips between East Lansing, Brighton, Ann Arbor, and Detroit Metropolitan Airport. The company has an enviable track record of 98% on-time reliability, a strong culture of customer service, and a commitment to environmental conservation.

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