Browse Travel de Courcey's company history using the timeline below. Click on any selected item to view a larger image. We have certainly come a long way...
Travel de Courcey’s first new coach in 1976.
One of Travel de Courcey’s first ‘Double-Deckers’ from early 1977.
Homeward Bound! Travel de Courcey transporting students home from Heart of England school in September 1977. The company still operates from Heart of England school 36 years later!
Travel de Courcey’s depot was ravaged by arson in May 1981.
Mike de Courcey surveying the remains of his fleet after the fire. The business was rebuilt from scratch during the early 1980s.
One of the Travel de Courcey’s many different colourful liveries from the early 1980s.
Travel de Courcey ventured into City Sightseeing with a Lady Godiva Tour of Coventry in the early 1990s.
At the launch of our its first super low-floor, easy access bus in 1995.
Travel de Courcey created a network of bus routes to serve the RICOH Arena Spots and Retail Park
Travel de Coucey’s buses serve one of the busiest Tesco Extra superstores in the UK
Travel de Courcey painstakingly restored this abandoned vintage Daimer Double-Deck bus from 1958 to its original condition.
Our vintage Daimer in all it’s glory. Available to hire for weddings, school proms and corporate events!
Travel de Courcey was the first bus company in the Midlands to offer air-conditioning on its vehicles. Shown here on a Park & Ride South bus in 2006.
An example of Travel de Courcey’s popular X6 City Express service between Coventry and Leicester.
We make the news again as the first operator in the Midlands to introduce a so-called ‘Talking Bus’ to help blind and partially-sighted customers (2010).
Another first with the launch of the UK’s first fast-charging electric buses by Travel de Courcey
Example of the luxurious interior of the electric buses with environmentally friendly e-leather seating and fashionable faux wooden flooring
Winning another award for Customer Focused Company of the Year 2012
Official launch of our shuttlebus contract at the NEC