Stagecoach South West is set to launch a dedicated 24/7 coach service, called Falcon, connecting Plymouth, Exeter and Taunton with Bristol Airport and Bristol City Centre.
With service starting on Sunday 14 February 2016, the coaches will operate 19 times a day, every day, allowing passengers to travel to their destinations both day and night.
Falcon follows a £2.5million investment by Stagecoach, with all coaches set to feature free WiFi, air conditioning, leather seats and charging sockets.
Bob Dennison, managing director of Stagecoach South West, said: ‘Falcon is a bold new step in making it easier for people to travel across the region, a ‘round the clock’ service connecting Bristol Airport and the main towns and cities across the south west.
‘I am confident this new 24/7 connection will prove extremely popular not only with air passengers but also with weekend breakers travelling to Bristol and Devon, students, shopper and commuters.’
Falcon will run up to every hour during the day and various times overnight, with return journeys starting from just £7.50, as well as a select number of tickets for pre booking online starting from as little as £1.
For more information visit stagecoachbus.com/west directly.
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