Sky Bus Transport System

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Sky Bus Transport System s.c.
Sky Bus Transport System logo.png
Parent Sky Bus Transport System share company
Founded October 15, 2007
Headquarters Addis Ababa
Service area  Ethiopia
Service type Intercity coach service
Destinations Addis Ababa, Bahirdar, Diredawa, Harar, Gondor, Jimma, Hawassa, Jigjiga, Dessie, Mekelle and Asossa.
Hubs Addis Ababa
Daily ridership Coaches
Fuel type Diesel
Chief executive Mesfin Ayele
Website www.skybusethiopia.com

Sky Bus Transport System Share Company is a first modern intercity coach transport company in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. It was established by more than 3400 shareholders with a registered capital of birr 60 million.[1]

Overview[edit]

Sky Bus is directed by a Board of Directors and managed and operated by highly qualified professionals in various disciplines and many years of experience in the transport sector, it is now functioning across ten major destinations in Ethiopia. The firm has also announced plans to cover the whole country in the coming few years and expand service to other nations in the Horn of Africa.The bodies of the buses are manufactured by Jinhun Youngman, automobile manufacturing company of China, in joint venture with Neoplan of Germany. The buses are luxury coaches powered by world-class MAN 310 horsepower engines. In addition, ZF manufactured our buses’ axles (front and rear) and gearboxes with air suspensions and leveling mechanisms. The steering and brake systems are German products. Instead of the traditional 62 seats, Buses have 47 seats leaving more space for the passengers’ comfort with safety belt all round and individually controlled air conditioning system.[2]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "corporate-info", Sky Bus Transport System s.c. website (accessed 17 January 2015)
  2. ^ [1]