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Four Tourliners for Premium Tours

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Specialist London day tour operator Premium Tours has for the first time added Neoplan Tourliners to its fleet. Four new two-axle 53-seaters with 440bhp EGR MAN engines are bedding in before the company’s seven-days-a-week operation starts in April.

Premium Tours operations manager John Jamieson and managing director Neil Wootton were won over by the product at last year’s Coach & Bus Live. “The whole Neoplan experience has been impressive,” says Jamieson, “and we were delighted to secure such a comprehensive package based on the whole-life of the vehicles. And running coaches without AdBlue is proving a great advantage. Operationally it’s more productive and it’s just so much less fuss.”

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