COACH provider FlixBus is launching several new routes across Scotland this spring.

New for 2024 is the addition of Inverness, Aviemore and Pitlochry to the Scottish network, with connections from £2 on services launching on 25 April.

The entire Scottish network including Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee and Aberdeen will also benefit from the £2 offer on the occasion of the company’s UK anniversary. NEC card holders, including YoungScot, can travel for free as usual.

Scottish routes will be delivered in partnership with McGill’s Bus Group.

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Andreas Schorling, managing director of FlixBus UK, said: “In just three years, we have seen the soaring popularity of our network as a result of the great value travel we offer, with comfortable, modern vehicles which make the journey as enjoyable as the destination!

“What better way to celebrate than with the gift of £2 travel around the vibrant cities and towns of Scotland.

“Our mission is to become the best-loved coach brand in the country, with the largest network to provide our reliable services to as many passengers as possible.”