Greyhound Luxury Coaches announces a surprise comeback

We’re back! South Africa’s luxury coach solutions will be open for business soon. We are so proud and excited to be back on the road!​ Watch this space!

Greyhound has announced that they will be back in business soon much to the amusement of their loyal clients who expressed deeply missing one of South Africa’s best long-distance luxury coaches.

The social media post of the reopening announcement by Greyhound has been widely shared by users who can’t wait to ride on the blue and white luxury buses.

Greyhound makes the comeback after closing its doors on 14 February 2021 having been operating for 37 years.

The long-distance luxury coach operator closed closed operations citing the Covid-19 pandemic and weak state of the economy at the time.

Reflecting back on its operations, Greyhound boasted transporting more than 14 million passengers a year over a distance of over 25 million km.

Not much information was shared by the company about the comeback. Eldo Coaches had been using some Greyhound buses which they reportedly leased to cater for their increased number of passengers. It remains unclear if Greyhound would use the old fleet or they would bring in a new set of luxury coaches.

Read also: Greyhound and Citiliner Buses Brought Back to Life For Now

Here are some reactions from elated clients who are excited about the company’s comeback.

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