NATIONAL EXPRESS COACH IMAGES
Caetano Levante Coaches

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National Express acquired several tri-axle Scania K340EB coaches with Caetano Levante bodies for the London to Stansted Airport service. Heading to London is SC3 (FJ07DVH) in March 2008.
National Express Scania Caetano Levante
Seen in the same month was this unidentified Scania on Park Lane in London, heading for the airport. Clearly the coach is bereft of any insignia and that above is an old version of the livery. It is believed that this coach is waiting for the new livery vinyls to be applied.
 
Heading down Park Lane in the opposite direction in July 2012 is SC7 (FJ07DVN) which has been renumbered SH07 for some reason. It has the new National Express livery.
In August 2015 National Express was apparently experiencing vehicle shortages with their Stansted Shuttle. Unliveried Scania K340EB SH37 (MIG9437), heading to the airport, was just turning off Oxford Stret to the stop round the corner where the driver met a hostile queue of passengers who had been waiting three times longer than the supposed fifteen minute frequency. The coach was originally registered FJ57KHE with fleet number SC37.
Picture ref B790
 
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