Ebus to expand service to Edmonton International Airport

Central Albertans using the Edmonton International Airport will soon have a new way to get there and back. Ebus has announced plans to expand its motorcoach service to include the airport south of Edmonton. Beginning May 9, the Red Arrow Motorcoach affiliate will stop there four times a day, including on routes to and from Red Deer.

Central Albertans using the Edmonton International Airport will soon have a new way to get there and back.

Ebus has announced plans to expand its motorcoach service to include the airport south of Edmonton. Beginning May 9, the Red Arrow Motorcoach affiliate will stop there four times a day, including on routes to and from Red Deer.

“This new direct service to Edmonton International Airport will be very handy for those passengers making airline connections or simply traveling between Edmonton, Calgary and Red Deer,” said John Stepovy, director of sales and business development with Red Arrow and ebus.

Ebus currently stops at the Red Deer Radisson (formerly the iHotel) six to eight times daily during trips between Calgary and Edmonton. Its new service to Edmonton International Airport will add four more local stops, with northbound buses stopping at the at 1:10 and 7:40 p.m. en route to the airport, and southbound coaches from the airport stopping at the Radisson hotel at the same times.

Red Deer riders who aren’t flying in or out of Edmonton International can also use the new service for transportation to or from Calgary and Edmonton.

Ebus also provides daily scheduled service to Fort McMurray and CrossIron Mills, as well as to and from camps in the Fort McMurray and Conklin regions. Ebus and Red Arrow are part of the Pacific Western Group of Companies.

For more information, go to www.myebus.ca.