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New vehicles added to our fleet!

10 September 2014


We continually invest in new vehicles each year in order to ensure we are providing the best possible coaches to you, the client.  As a result we operate one of the most modern coach fleets in the UK.

In the summer we invested in our mini-coach fleet with a new 16 seat executive coach and another 31 seat executive coach, both having excellent comfort, leather seats and air-conditioning as standard.

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Summer Sport

8 September 2014

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During the last few months we have been delighted to transport many sports teams to fixtures and events. These have included Glasgow Warriors RFC, Norwich City FC (including an executive mini-coach for their famous director Delia Smith), Scotland Rugby Team, Wales Ladies F.C, Wolfburg F.C of Germany and many other leading local sports teams including Sully Sports FC, who won the league and cup double last season, and our local club Gilfach Goch RFC who we are the official club sponsor for.

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Wales Commonwealth Games – Team Transport

1 September 2014

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We were delighted to be appointed as an official coach travel supplier to the Wales Commonwealth Games team. Our role was to transport the athletes from Cardiff and North Wales to Glasgow and then return them all home. We are all so proud of Team Wales’ amazing achievements in Glasgow, their determination and drive truly paid off, with the Team achieving a record-breaking 36 medals and Mainline were delighted to by a integrate part of the team.

Before all this started we celebrated an incredible seven day journey around Wales, Mainline Coaches supplied a 16 seat executive Mercedes coach to transport the Commonwealth Games Torch and Mascot before it crossed to England on Saturday 31 May 2014. Pictured holding the torch is our driver Carl Hallet, who drove the coach for the event.

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