National Express has started selling bus tickets to the UK as it plans to restart services on July 1.
The tickets will be available for a ‘core coach network’, the bus company said Friday. It focuses on large and medium-sized cities.
Sales fell by about 50% in April compared to the same month last year, National Express revealed, as the government advised the British to stay away from public transportation.
Nevertheless, Ebitda (a measure of earnings before taking interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization into account) was positive and slightly higher than expected as National Express cut costs by around £ 100 million.