Green Line rebrands Green List
Celebrating more destinations being added to the Green Travel List
One of Green Lines 757 Coaches between London Luton Airport and Central London will be re-branded Green List for a short period to celebrate more destinations being added to the Green Travel List.
Coaches run from London Luton Airport and Luton Interchange to Central London hourly, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Simon Finnie, Area Managing Director for Green Line said “London Luton Airport and Green Line are long standing pillars of the local community. The adding of destinations to the Green List is great news for the local community looking for holidays to relax and unwind after what has been a tough 18-months. We look forward to helping those traveling to or from Central London from the airport and hope you enjoy the temporary livery.
Green Line has been running for over 90 years and offers a great alternative to train and car, with great value tickets and Central London stops at Brent Cross, Finchley Road, Baker Street, Kings Cross, Ludgate Circus, Charing Cross and London Victoria.”
In line with government guidance, Green Line are still operating social distancing measures on all coaches. Seats within two metres of the driver are still taped off, however wheelchair spaces will always remain available. Customers are still required to wear a face-covering on board and throughout their journey, exemptions apply.
All of our coaches undergo daily enhanced cleaning, which includes the deep cleaning of all touch points with a suitable disinfectant. Customers are also encouraged to pay by contactless or use the Arriva UK Bus app to purchase tickets if possible, cash will be accepted on board but exact fares only, no change will be given.
For more information visit www.greenline.co.uk