Travel de Courcey

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Travel de Courcey
Travel De Courcey logo.png
Travel De Courcey bus 801 (CV10 COV), 2010 Cobham bus rally.jpg
Optare Olympus bodied Scania N230 in April 2010
Parent Mike de Courcey
Founded 1972
Headquarters Coventry
Service area Coventry
Service type Bus & coach services
Depots 1
Fleet 125 (October 2013)

Travel de Courcey[1] is a bus and coach operator based near Coventry in the West Midlands region of England. It operates routes in the Coventry and Warwickshire area.


MCV Evolution bodied MAN 14.220 in May 2007

Travel de Courcey was founded in 1972 by Mike de Courcey. It expanded into bus service operations after the Transport Act 1985 deregulated the UK bus industry.

In June 2011, Travel de Courcey took over the Birmingham depot and several National Express contracts from Veolia Transport.[2][3] In April 2017 Travel de Courcey was awarded the Queen's Awards for Enterprise in the sustainable development category.[4]


Travel de Courcey operates 21 route services, many from the University of Warwick, as well as school services under contract to Warwickshire County Council.[5]

Travel de Courcey operates services under contract to National Express on these routes:[6]

Former significant bus routes:


As from October 2013 Travel de Courcey fleet's consisted of 125 vehicles.[13]


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