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Flixbus starts VR experience trial on some US buses

Monday 31 December 2018 | 09:18 CET | News
European bus operator Flixbus is testing a new VR experience on some of its longer routes in the US. The company, which launched operations in the US in May, will be expanding its bus and accompanying tech services to Texas and the eastern part of the US, including New York, next year. The company has its headquarters in Los Angeles and has now set up a new office in New York City which will serve as the hub for FlixBus USA's eastern operations.

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