In their relentless effort to continuously improve their service and customer experience, Bus Feda have recently launched a new bespoke online ticketing system.
Since the 1st August, it is now cheaper to travel with Bus Feda if you book your ticket online.
It is still possible to pay for your tickets on board, but they will be slightly more expensive.
Online tickets can be bought on their website at www.busfeda.ie and either printed before travel or can be presented to the driver via a smartphone or a similar device.
They have also recently introduced two new 191 registered Volvo coaches to operate their twice-daily route between Donegal and Galway.
Both vehicles are equipped with free Wi-Fi, individual USB charging points at each seat, air conditioning, reclining Brusa seats, not to mention their friendly and good looking drivers.
Brian O Donnell Managing director at Bus Feda said: “The introduction of this online booking facility is our latest step to improving our customers’ travel experience.
“This facility allows passengers to book tickets from anywhere in the world day or night and is especially suited to people wishing to use credit or debit cards for payment.
“I would like to take this opportunity to thank all our customers for using our service between Donegal and Galway over the last 35 years and hope to continue serving the people of the West Coast for many years to come.”
For anyone looking for more information or to purchase your next online ticket, you can visit www.busfeda.ie.
Bus Feda has also confirmed that they will continue to deliver to the main accommodation areas in Galway, Sligo and Letterkenny on their late Sunday night services.
This invaluable service will take some of the worries away from parents in knowing that their kids will be dropped to the main accommodation spots near their college or university.
It also saves students money by cutting out the need for a taxi when they arrive late at night.
Brian O Donnell added: “The late Sunday evening departure from Donegal is still our most popular departure as it allows students to spend all day at home ensuring they get “The Dinner” before their journey back to college.
The fact they are delivered so close to their accommodation on this service makes it very appealing to parents and students alike”.
If you or anyone you know is going to 3rd level in NUIG, GMIT, ITSligo, St Angela’s or LYIT, visit www.busfeda.ie or call 074 9548114 to arrange your travel.