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Thousands of seats added to keep people moving
16 Apr 2010

Across the UK, thousands of extra coach seats are being added to cater for demand as people search for alternative travel arrangements.

Coach services to / from Scotland and London are on sale today with hundreds of extra seats added to help people stranded as a result of the airport closures.

Eurolines, the European coach operator have added nearly a thousand extra seats to Europe with its services to Dublin, Paris and Amsterdam most in demand.  Demand is very high, but more coaches are being added on a regular basis.

Paul Bunting, National Express Managing Director said, “Coach travel is proving to be very popular and we are adding in as many extra services as possible to cater for demand, especially to and from Scotland.  Eurolines coach services to Europe are particularly busy with people still wanting to get their destination across the Channel.”

Coach services to Europe depart from London Victoria coach station.  People can travel from the 1000 UK destinations on the National Express network to get to London for their European journey for an extra £15.

People are advised to book on and