The tour bus industry had a great success during the coronavirus pandemic. However, this should change when the entertainment venues reopen. || COVID-19 updates | Maryland’s latest numbers | Get tested | Vaccine info || A bus company is looking forward to opening additional venues. With the opening of New York and surrounding states, companies like Superior Tours can hit the streets again after the shutdown. “We’ve basically been closed – the entire coach industry. On average, we’ve lost about 90% of our sales in the last 13 months,” said Marc Komins, co-owner of Superior Tours. Komins’ family has owned and operated Superior Tours for 26 years . His company flies mainly to New York and Atlantic City. “Hopefully with the opening of New York we can resume our daily service in New York City. We used to travel there four days a week,” said Komins said Superior Tours plans to resume New York City trips on the first weekend in June to record. The company already makes trips to Atlantic City every Sunday. For many, New York trips include a day at the theater. Broadway will reopen on September 17th and good news for those who enjoy taking the bus to Radio City Music Hall for the Christmas spectacle. Komins said it was a special trip. “It’s a round trip transportation. It’s an orchestra seat to the show and then a transportation at the end of the day,” said Komins. If you take the bus, you get a temperature check and have to wear a mask. The bus has special air filters and all drivers are vaccinated. “We don’t sell the full capacity of the seats like the airlines have done. If people travel together, like a husband and wife or a sibling, and they are comfortably seated together, that’s fine. If people travel alone, then we save them their own place, “said Komins. By the time those New York runs get into full swing, Komins said they do sports trips in college and high school and they will. “Go on camp trips this summer. For a list of other summer destinations, see here.

The tour bus industry had a great success during the coronavirus pandemic. However, this should change when the entertainment venues reopen.

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A bus company is looking forward to opening additional venues.

As New York and the surrounding states open up, companies like Superior Tours can hit the streets again after the shutdown.

“We’ve basically been shut down – the entire coach industry has been shut down. On average, we’ve lost about 90% of our sales in the last 13 months,” said Marc Komins, co-owner of Superior Tours.

Komins’ family has owned and operated Superior Tours for 26 years. His company flies mainly to New York and Atlantic City.

“Hopefully with the opening of New York City we can resume our daily service in New York City. We used to travel there four days a week,” said Komins.

Komins said Superior Tours plans to resume New York City trips on the first weekend in June. The company already makes trips to Atlantic City every Sunday.

For many, New York trips include a day at the theater. Broadway will reopen on September 17th and good news for those who enjoy taking the bus to Radio City Music Hall for the Christmas spectacle. Komins said it was a special trip.

“It’s transportation there and back. It’s an orchestra seat for the show and then it’s transportation back at the end of the day,” said Komins.

Anyone traveling by bus is given a temperature control and has to wear a mask. The bus has special air filters and all drivers are vaccinated.

“We’re not selling full seat capacity like the airlines have started. If people travel together, like a husband and wife, or a sibling, and they’re comfortable sitting together, that’s fine. If they are If people travel alone, then it’s us. ” save them their own place, “said Komins.

Until those New York runs are in full swing, Komins said they will be doing college and high school sports trips and will be doing camp trips this summer. A A list of other summer destinations can be found here.