AUSTRALIA BUS IMAGE GALLERY
Frankston & Peninsula Airport Service

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Seen in April 2004 26 (5043AO) was typical of the initial fleet of FAPAS (Frankston And Peninsula Airport Service) based in Frankston. Probably because of the long name FAPAS trades as Airport Bus and use that as their web address and one of their biggest markets is some way from both Frankston and the Peninsula and a lot close to the city, namely St Kilda to the extent that this is the boot strap line on their website after "Airport Bus". The Toyota Coaster is actually in St Kilda in its famous Acland Street when Z class trams still plied the 96.
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Newly delivered in December 2013 and seen only days later is King Long 6900AU 50 (BS00AU). The coach offers fifteen more seats than a Coaster and its use is a measure of the success of the service, and to the extent that it has been pressed into service before fleet livery has been applied. Towing the obligatory luggage trailer, though the locker capacity of the King Long is much better than the Coasters, it is probably not up to the luggage of 35 travellers from Melbourne's Tullamarine Airport. It is seen at St Kilda Triangle.
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In full fleet livery is 48 (9473AO) delivered in June 2013 and seen in November the following year at Tullamarine Airport.
Picture ref A6271
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