Alexander Dennis Limited (ADL), has delivered two low carbon Enviro400 buses to independent West Norfolk operator Lynx.
Lynx is a locally owned and totally independent bus operator in West Norfolk which was set up in 2015 by a group of local people with many years’ experience of running quality bus services in the area.
The two new Enviro400 vehicles represent Lynx’s first order with ADL and have gone into service on the Coastliner 36 route between King’s Lynn, Hunstanton, Wells-next-the-Sea and Fakenham.
The 11.5m long, 76-seat buses are equipped with personalised Lynx-brand interior colours, glazed skylights, luggage rack, tables, USB chargers and bespoke moquette on the seats, which are generously spaced to give passengers a comfortable journey experience.
Lynx Managing Director Julian Patterson said: “We’re delighted that these new buses are now in service. They will be a great addition to our fleet as we continue to develop our business further and deliver even more for our customers.”
ADL Retail Sales Director Richard Matthews said: “We’d like to thank Lynx for this first order with us. These new buses will deliver a high standard of comfort and reliability for their customers and we look forward to working with Lynx again in the future.”
About Alexander Dennis
Alexander Dennis Limited (“ADL”) is a global leader in the design and manufacture of double deck buses and is also the UK’s largest bus and coach manufacturer. ADL offers single and double deck vehicles under the brands of Alexander Dennis and Plaxton, and has over 31,000 vehicles in service in the UK, Europe, Hong Kong, Singapore, New Zealand, Mexico, Canada and the United States. Further information is available at www.alexander-dennis.com
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