Effective Monday, April 26, MichiganFlyer-AirRide will resume its daily scheduled service between East Lansing, Brighton, Ann Arbor and Detroit MetroAirport thanks to funding secured through the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations (CRRSA) Act.
As part of the restart, Michigan Flyer-AirRide will operate a new, simplifiedschedule of 12 roundtrips a day, seven days per week, with each run serving all of their locations.
“We are absolutely thrilled to get our fleet of luxury motor coaches on the road again, providing important daily connections for air travelers and intercity bus passengers, including students and staff of Michigan State University and theUniversity of Michigan,” says Michigan Flyer VP Ody Norkin.
“This is a clear sign that Michigan is gradually turning the corner on the coronavirus pandemic, thanks to vaccinations and public health measures like masking and social distancing,” he adds.
For more info and to book a ride go here. www.MichiganFlyer.com