Napaway Coach, Anderson Coach & Travel announce partnership

Napaway Coach and Anderson Coach & Travel announced a partnership marrying the Napaway brand and proprietary system with Anderson’s long history in motorcoach operations. 

Anderson will add co-branded motorcoaches equipped with Napaway’s luxury seating system to its fleet, allowing the company to offer a first-class option to its half-million yearly riders. As a Napaway partner, Anderson secures the rights to operate Napaway coaches within an exclusive territory, which includes Buffalo, Cleveland, and Pittsburgh. 

Napaway coaches have a total capacity of 36 and the ability to sleep 18.

Anderson Coach & Travel, an IMG member and family-owned company, was founded in 1937. It operates more than 150 vehicles, ranging from full-sized coaches to executive van limos to school buses.  

“Anderson is excited to begin its partnership with Napaway, which will diversify our vehicle offerings with sleeper-style coaches,” said Anderson COO Evan Anderson. “The Napaway seats are designed for comfort, privacy, and luxury, which our customers will surely fall in love with.” 

Sleeper service

Using it proprietary Butterfly convertible seating system, Napaway says it combines the comfort and privacy of a first-class airline suite with the convenience of motorcoach travel.  

Originally known for its line-run sleeper service, the company has since made significant inroads into the charter market—where its private suites, lie-flat seating, and high degree of flexibility (Napaway coaches have a total capacity of 36 and the ability to sleep 18) have proven popular for daytime luxury travel as well as nighttime trips. Now, Napaway is partnering with coach operators around the country. 

“We’re thrilled to be partnering with Anderson,” said Napaway CEO Dan Aronov. “They have a long history of providing high-quality motorcoach service to the region and will be great stewards for the  brand. We look forward to expanding our partnership with Anderson and adding additional operators for charter service in other markets throughout the country.” 

Anderson and Napaway plan to have their first co-branded Prevost coach on the road and operating by June of this year.

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