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Shuttle company to offer new route from South Bend to Chicago airports

| Thursday, February 27, 2020

Following the news that Coach USA would end their Indiana Supersaver route, another company has announced the introduction of a bus line between Northwest Indiana and the two Chicago airports, according to a report by the Northwest Indiana Times.

Royal Excursion, a bus service based in Mishawaka, markets itself as the “the leading charter bus and luxury transportation provider in the Midwest,” the Times said.

The route will initially stop at the South Bend International Airport, the University of Notre Dame, Michigan City, Valparaiso, Griffith, Chicago Midway International Airport and Chicago O’Hare International Airport, but the article said Royal Excursion is hoping to include more of Indiana Supersaver’s stops — including Portage, Highland, Crestwood and more cities.

The new route will roll out March 3. Royal Excursion plans to offer discounts to promote the new service — with $10 one-way and $20 round-trip ticket prices between March 3 and March 12.

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