FlixBus to Launch New Routes to Amsterdam from Leeds and Bristol

FlixBus has announced plans to launch the UK’s first direct services from Leeds and Bristol to Amsterdam.

From 13 July, the coach operator will provide travel between Leeds, Sheffield, Nottingham, Leicester, Cambridge, Stratford, North Greenwich, Antwerp, Utrecht and Amsterdam. This service will be operated by Flix’s long-term partner Whippet Coaches.

In addition, from 21 July, FixBus will begin operating services from Bristol to Bruges, Rotterdam and Amsterdam via London. This service will run 5 days a week and will be operated by Turners Coaches.

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Flix currently operates in 40 countries, serving over 5,500 destinations globally

FixBus has been operating in the UK for the past 2 years and now serves more than 50 UK destinations, with this network rapidly growing.

Indeed, the company has also recently announced that it will be extending its services from London to Plymouth to cover Newquay, Hayle and Penzance for the summer season. This route will operate twice a day from 20 July, operated by Berrys Coaches.

Andreas Schorling, Managing Director of FlixBus UK said:

“Summer travel just became more affordable and sustainable than ever thanks to our new international and domestic routes.

“We’re building the largest coach network in the country and as part of our unique offering, we’ll become the first coach provider offering regular scheduled services from cities like Leeds, Sheffield, Nottingham and Bristol into Amsterdam, as one of the most popular destinations in Europe.”

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