Five Star Bus Company

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Pangasinan Five Star Bus Co., Inc.
Five Star - logo and emblem.jpg
Slogan "Kaagapay sa Masayang Paglalakbay"
("Your Companion for a Joyful Journey")
Founded 1983
Headquarters 2220 Aurora Blvd., Brgy. Malibay, Pasay City
Service area Manila – North / Central Luzon, Philippines
Service type Provincial Operation
Fleet 900+ bus units, (Ordinary Fare, Air-Conditioned and De-Luxe buses)
Operator Pangasinan Five Star Bus Co., Inc.
Website http://www.5starbus.co

Pangasinan Five Star Bus Company, Incorporated, or simply known as Five Star is a bus company in the Philippines, servicing routes mainly in the province of Pangasinan, Nueva Ecija and Cagayan Valley region which includes the provinces of Cagayan, Isabela and Quirino.[1] The company is a sister company of Victory Liner.

History[edit]

Five Star was founded in 1983 in Metro Manila. It started as a city operation firm using ordinary buses. It grew in the 90s, after the closure of Pangasinan Transportation Co., or known as Pantranco North Express Inc.

For passengers en route to Pangasinan and Tarlac, the main stop may either be in Siesta Bus Stop in Tarlac City. Transit passengers are also allowed to disembark at Dau (Mabalacat Bus Terminal) in Mabalacat, Pampanga or in Marquee Mall in Angeles, Pampanga on the other hand, for passengers en route to Nueva Ecija, the main stop is at Passengers Delight Restaurant in San Miguel, Bulacan.

last July 26, 2013 a woman named Mary Rose gave birth while the bus route to Bolinao, Pangasinan and was helped by 2 PNP nurses Mavidette Ongjunco and Arnel Cera who were also boarded the same bus and the bus driver drives to Gilberto Teodoro Memorial Hospital in Camiling, Tarlac

The company also offers bus chartering services to individuals and corporations.

Fleet[edit]

Currently, Five Star is maintaining and utilizing Higer, Hino, Hyundai, JAC Motors, King Long, MAN, UD Nissan Diesel, and for buses for its fleet.

Destinations[edit]

Metro Manila[edit]

Provincial Destinations[edit]

Inter-Provincial Destinations[edit]

  • Dagupan - Tuguegarao / Santiago (via San Jose)

Subsidaries[edit]

Bataan Transit

First North Luzon Transit

Luzon Cisco Transport

The Fleet[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1]. FiveStar Bus Company, Incorporated. Retrieved 24 February 2013

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