AB Liner

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AB Liner Inc.
Founded 1990s
Headquarters 3167 Magsaysay Boulevard, Sta. Mesa, Manila, Philippines
Service area Manila-Southern Luzon, Philippines Flag of the Philippines.svg
Service type Provincial Operation
Fleet 100+ bus units, (ordinary and air-conditioned buses)
Operator AB Liner, Inc.

AB Liner Inc. is a provincial bus transportation company in the Philippines based in Guinayangan, Quezon. It services routes to and from Metro Manila, Batangas and Quezon.[1]

Etymology[edit]

AB LinerIs a provincial bus transportation company in the Philippines based in Guinayangan, Quezon. It services routes to and from Metro Manila, Batangas and Quezon. It is one of two major bus transportation company that based in Guinayangan, Quezon. It services routes to and from Metro Manila Batangas and Quezon. Owned and operated by Luis Mandigma and Marivic Mandigma, AB Liner buses are recognizable by the name Mandigma emblazoned on their backs and their distinctive blue-and-yellow color scheme.

History[edit]

AB Liner started its operation in the mid-1990s.

AB Liner presently maintains a fleet of roughly over 100 buses. Its Manila terminal is located in Magsaysay Boulevard, Sta. Mesa, Manila.

Fleet[edit]

At present, AB Liner has utilized and maintained UD Nissan Diesel, Hino, Daewoo, Hyundai, Zhongtong, Golden Dragon, Volvo and Higer units, with a rough total of over 150 buses.

Operations[edit]

All AB Liner buses which ply the Manila-Lucena-Guinayangan route leave the Manila terminal at 7:30 am. Trips end at 3:00 pm. Buses from Guinayangan going to Lucena and Manila start departing the Guinayangan terminal at 12 midnight. The last bus leaves Guinayangan at 5:00 pm. now AB Liner operates 24 hours with trips to Calauag, Tagkawayan and Guinayangan, Quezon all of their units plying the Sampaloc Route are all Airconditioned

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