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A. Wong

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    I would discourage you from contacting companies directly for fleet information. Some may not even have a fleet roster that we would be interested in, and some may not wish to have that information publicized.
  3. Thank you for your efforts in keeping the wiki up to date! Intercar has been a long standing name in the coach industry, and as you can see in the photos they have a few different operations.
  4. I would go with Turtle Top Odyssey XLT: https://www.turtletop.com/product/item/ody-xlt-odyssey-xlt
  5. My parents flew in to SPM last year. It is an entirely French colony, so those buses maybe were imported from there. The power plugs are European style, and they use euros there for everything. They also said it was very walkable, and I don't recall if they mentioned any buses when they were there.
  6. I don't have any information, but I will be there in September. I'll try to stop by the garage to see if there is anything outside.
  7. Yup! They facelifted it too so the newer ones look a bit different.
  8. https://www.metro-magazine.com/motorcoach/news/735200/prevost-celebrates-95th-anniversary
  9. https://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/watch-dream-like-deplaning-in-alberta-captured-by-canadian-flight-attendant-1.4544204
  10. Nice photo! Looks nice, no rear window optioned. Saving on costs depends on a lot of factors. The J3500 has a Cummins L9 engine whereas the J4500 has a Cummins ISX12 or DD13, so there would be theoretical savings in fuel consumption. There's also one less axle, so less tires to replace, etc. The highest operating cost is the driver cost, so the reduced capacity of the bus might not work to the cost saving advantage (fewer seats to sell).
  11. https://www.metro-magazine.com/zero-emissions/news/735161/
  12. 800 (ex-Squamish Coach Lines) and 5:
  13. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-04-17/first-japan-built-airliner-in-50-years-takes-on-boeing-airbus
  14. https://www.metro-magazine.com/zero-emissions/news/734918/greenpower-delivers-first-ev-stars-to-creative-bus-sales
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