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PolskiBus.com 4.jpg
Van Hool Astromega TD927 in May 2012
Parent Highland Global Transport
Commenced operation June 2011
Ceased operation February 2018
Service area Poland
Service type Express coach operator
Routes 19
Hubs Warsaw, Wrocław
Fleet 132 (August 2014)
Website www.polskibus.com

PolskiBus.com was a Polish express coach operator. Owned by Brian Souter's Highland Global Transport,[1] it commenced operating in June 2011.[2] It was sold to the German operator Flixbus in December 2017 and the PolskiBus.com brand was subsequently retired in February 2018.


PolskiBus.com commenced operating in June 2011 operating eight routes with 18 coaches.[2][3] As of March 2017 it operated services on 16 routes within Poland (establishing connection between 26 Polish cities) and additionally 8 international destinations including Berlin, Bratislava, Budapest, Prague, Vienna, and Vilnius.[4]

Advertised fares started at 1 plus zł 1 booking fee, using a yield management model as employed by Megabus.


The company began operations with a fleet of 18 Van Hool Altano TD921 coaches,[5] it since expanded with Van Hool Astromega TD927s[6][7] and Plaxton Elitei bodied Volvo B11Rs.[8][9][10]


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Coordinates: 52°11′01″N 21°01′16″E / 52.1836°N 21.0211°E / 52.1836; 21.0211