Hotel Hoppa

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Hotel Hoppa
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National Express Hotel Hoppa 8330 on Route H9, Heathrow Terminal 2 (14175145608) (cropped).jpg
Hotel Hoppa Alexander Dennis Enviro 200 in 2014
Parent Hallmark Connections
Founded 1990s
Headquarters Hounslow
Service type Bus services
Routes 15
Hubs Heathrow Airport
Depots 1
Fleet 32
Operator Hallmark
Website hotelhoppa.co.uk
Former National Express brand

Hotel Hoppa is a network of bus services owned and operated by National Express, connecting major hotels near Heathrow Airport with Terminals 1-3 and Terminal 5.[1] A free shuttle service links Terminal 4 with Terminals 1-3. It operates nine routes.[2] The business became part of Rotala at the end of 2017, following its acquisition. It is operated under Rotala's Hallmark Connections brand.[3]

History[edit]

The network was originally operated with a fleet of 1997 built Wright Crusader bodied Volvo B6LEs, which were painted in National Express circles livery with the red replaced by light blue. In 2008 these were replaced by 32 Alexander Dennis Enviro200 Darts painted in National Express white and grey livery.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ London Heathrow airport transfers National Express
  2. ^ Timetable Hotel Hoppa
  3. ^ [1] Rotala PLC on the London Stock Exchange
  4. ^ "National Express Group" The Trident GB Bus Group August 2008

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