aerobus


Related to aerobus: airbus, Aeromexico, Volaris

aerobus

(ˈɛərəʊˌbʌs)
n
a type of monorail that is suspended by an overhead cable
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The first new vehicle will be a stretched sedan called A888 that will be similar to the long-wheelbase Aerobus.
Viva Aerobus said it has launched service from Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport to Monterrey and Guadalajara.
Viva Aerobus launched service on March 28 with three weekly flights to Monterrey and Guadalajara, using Airbus A320 aircraft that seat 180 passengers and Boeing 737 aircraft that seat 148 passengers.
Mexico-based Viva Aerobus Airlines has announced the plan to extend its contract for heavy maintenance services with Pulsar Aviation Services for an additional three years over the original two-year term.
From the local coach builder, one of the stars is Scania Aerobus, a premium low entry bus that is manufactured locally.
Internationally, Irish people can be found both heading up major international airlines as well as investing substantially in new companies, such as Air Asia and Viva Aerobus.
FROM Barcelona's main airport, look out for the blue Aerobus - it is an easy way to the main Placa Catalunya for around pounds 4.
The Aerobus runs hourly to the Lido area (hotel zone) for five euros.
Making use of the synergies between the airline and IAMSA, Viva Aerobus offers shuttle bus service that links several of its destinations with nearby cities in Texas, including Ciudad Juarez, El Paso, Austin, San Antonio and Houston.
We met with Prime Minister Igor Chudinov 3 days ago, where the decision was made to help us with purchase of Aerobus and Boeing aircrafts,\" he concluded.
Mexican new entrants, all LCCs, include Volaris and InterJet based at Toluca Airport outside Mexico City, Alma in Guadalajara, Avolar in Tijuana and Viva Aerobus in Monterrey.