National Express Bus is an intercity and Inter Regional coach operator providing services throughout Great Britain.
The company’s head office is in offices above the Birmingham Coach Station.
A national network covers over 750 locations with 1,800 plus services operating every day, increasing to over 1,900 on Fridays.
Over 1,000 airport services a day run direct to the terminal for all major UK airports.
National Express offers many standard routes to destinations across the country.
In addition, shuttle and airport services are also operated, although there is no obvious difference to the passenger between a standard, shuttle or airport service with regard to branding.
Many National Express coach routes pass through several town centres, which increases journey times for longer journeys considerably.
A smaller number of Shuttle services operate at least once an hour over faster direct routes.
National Express Fleet Line
The company and its franchises operate a number of different vehicle types. The primary coach type on the network is the Caetano Levante (which is used on both 2 and 3 axles).
This has been the main vehicle of choice since 2006. The most recent Levante III was introduced onto the network in July 2018.
Other branded vehicles used on the network include:
Plaxton Elite (2 and 3 axle versions)
Caetano Boa Vista (double decker)
Having withdrawn all its double deck coaches after an accident in January 2007, in October 2016 National Express placed six Caetano bodied Scania K410s into service
You can enjoy the following on all of their core services across the UK and Europe, so no matter where you’re going you’ll be traveling in style.
Television Services From Multiple Slim Tv
Good Music From Their Modern Sound System
Free WiFi Services
2 by 2 & 2 by 1 Reclining Seats
USB Charging System On Every Bus
A\C Services With Self Controlling Devices
Extra Spcae For Your Luggages
National Express Service Line
Airport Transfer Services
The company operates Airport services to a number of different airports, including East Midlands, Gatwick, Heathrow, Luton and Stansted.
The Airport brand was created in 2003 when the National Express image brand was updated merging the former Airlink, Flightlink, Jetlink and Speedlink brands.
In the 2007 re-brand, the Airport branding was dropped, although the ‘Airport’ coding is still used on tickets.
National Express airport transfer services run day and night, with more than 100 services every 24 hours on selected routes – that’s one service every 15 minutes.
They have a hundreds of pick-up points in major towns and cities across the UK, and travel right to the airport door.
Private coach hire for any occasion
Traveling in a group is always more fun, so they have made hiring a coach or bus easy.
Try to give them as many details as you can so that they can give you their best price! National Express has access to over 100,000 vehicles across the UK which means they can hire any coach, any time, anywhere!
They will get in touch within 24 hours to give you your price. If you want an instant quote, you can talk to them through those phone numbers below.
National Express Bus Routes
Travel to London
Travel to Bath
Travel to Belfast
Travel to Bicester
Travel to Birmingham
Travel to Blackpool
Travel to Bournemouth
Travel to Brighton
Travel to Bristol
Travel to Butlin’s
Travel to Cambridge
Travel to Canterbury
National Express Travel to Cardiff
Travel to Cheltenham
Travel to Coventry
Travel to Derby
Travel to Edinburgh
Travel to Exeter
Travel to Glasgow
Travel to Leeds
Travel to Leicester
Travel to Liverpool
Travel to London
Travel to Manchester
Travel to Milton Keynes
Travel to Newcastle
Travel to Newquay
Travel to Norwich
Travel to Nottingham
Travel to Oxford
Travel to Plymouth
National Express Travel to Pontins
Travel to Portsmouth
Travel to Sheffield
Travel to Southampton
Travel to Sunderland
Travel to Swansea
Travel to Swindon
Travel to University
Travel to Woking
Days out by coach
Travel to Amsterdam
Travel to Brussels
Travel to Paris
Travel to Dublin
National Express Bus Voucher
Got yourself a voucher code for your next coach journey? There are three methods to redeem your voucher so please read below to make sure you are in the right place:
Your code starts ND
Your code does not start ND
You have a two-part code (Voucher ID & Security Code)
1. Your code starts ND
Making your savings couldn’t be easier when following these easy steps:
Enter your journey: Simply enter the details of where and when you want to go in the journey planner at the top of this page.
Choose your service(s): Select which National Express journey suit your needs (and add any optional extras!)
Add your voucher code: When prompted, enter your voucher code before paying and confirming your booking.
2. Your code does not start ND
If your code does not start with ‘ND’ then you simply need to follow the link below and start booking your journey.
3. You have a two-part code (Voucher ID & Security Code)
If you’re trying to use one of their older two-part vouchers, don’t worry, you can still enjoy a great discount on them.
Their old vouchers can be identified by having a Voucher ID and Security Code, a mix of numbers and letters, and need to be typed in to be redeemed.
How to book a journey with your e-voucher
Use the Journey Planner on this page to enter your journey details and travel date.
Next, enter your unique Voucher ID and Security Code in the spaces provided. Once you have selected your National Express journey time, the voucher discount will be applied to your booking.
How do I use my e-Voucher?
Our e-Vouchers are issued as two-part vouchers. The first part is the Voucher ID, which is in the following format: XXXX-0000-00 (where the X is a letter and the 0 is a number)
And the second part is a Security Code, which is a mix of numbers and letters.
*If you have a promotional code (usually all letters and no hyphens), do not use this page. Instead, you can use this link to Their Promo Codes page to redeem it.
Please note – each individual voucher code can only be used once.
National Express Discount Codes
Redeem your promo code in three simple steps
It’s always a great feeling to save money when you can, and coach travel is no different.
So if you’ve got yourself a National Express discount code or National Express promo code, you can soon be saving yourself some hard-earned cash to spend on your next adventure.
Booking National Express journey with a code couldn’t be easier either:
Enter your journey details into the Journey Planner on this page
Add your exclusive Promotion Code into the box on the Journey Planner
Your discount will automatically be applied to your journey.
National Express Offices & Contact For Enquiry
0871 781 8181
Lines open 7 days a week, 10am – 6pm
Phone bookings incur a £2.50 booking fee
(calls to this number cost 13p per minute plus your telephone company’s access charge).
For advice when traveling, amendments, after-sales support and to book assistance.
0371 781 8181
Lines open 7 days a week, 8am – 10pm
(calls to this number are charged at local rate).