Luxuria Travel new coach service introduced on Malawi roads

A new coach service, Luxuria Travel, has been introduced on the Blantyre/Lilongwe route that also targets commuters wanting to do quick business and return between the two cities on the same day.

Luxuria coach on the roads of Malawi

Ladies working in Luxury coaches

Luxury coaches

Luxuria Travel’s Director Bethson Mdhlongwa says the service has started  onFriday and he assures that commuters shall experience extreme comfort on their Scania coaches with a fare of as low as K10,500.

He says the coaches will be departing from Chichiri Shopping Mall in Blantyre and at Game Complex in Lilongwe at 6:30am, 10:30am, 4pm and 8pm daily.

The services offered during the journey include TV, free Wifi, snacks, good customer care, toilets and all the comfort for relaxation.

Commuters can pay their fares in advance using Airtel Money, or book their seats using phone through 0884700839/0992449193

Mdhlongwa  says: “We promise the best service and we decided that we should have the free Wifi so that the passengers can still conduct their business through the internet.”

Luxuria Travel joins other coach services, AXA and National Buslines.

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15 thoughts on “Luxuria Travel new coach service introduced on Malawi roads”

  1. Maps says:

    The North greatly neglected in case of luxury coach services. The only available AXA special coach is usually highly and dangerously conjested until one day passengers had to revolt and force it back to offload some after it had started off from LL enroute to mzuzu. Please consider this route too!!!

  2. zuzo dekha says:

    Mwiniace ndani????????????? axa tamamuziwa mwiniace, iyi njandani? apart from the ? Zim name director

  3. zuzo dekha says:

    INSURANCE… MA BUS WA AKACITA NGOZI OVULALA AZILANDILA CIPUKUTA MISOZI.
    MPHEMVU COTSANI MMA BUS WA CONDE , MA SNACK ANU MMMM SAMUSA ZINDAZI ZINA ZIMALENDA UKANYEMA. K10.000
    AXA MA FAIRE FROM BT NDI YOMWEYO POBWERERASO FROM LL MITENGO YOSIYANA. TATIUZANI????????????????????????????

  4. Majiga S says:

    This is a very welcome development but please assure us that your company will not die suddenly as others because of bank loans and the likes. Don’t start this business because you’ve seen AXA doing it, or you want to bring him down.
    The problem with most of Malawian business people is that you start your businesses because you’ve seen someone doing it and with ill motives behind, in the end we see you struggling to sustain the business.
    So assure all Malawians that you are here to stay and that you have enough resources to keep you going even in tough business times. We don’t need excuses in the long run.
    Otherwise, we wish you well.

  5. Lennick Mauwa says:

    That’s good development but please our government need to construct Wenera park station in Blantyre and construct M1 free way

  6. ungwelu says:

    @chimtumbewa —- You really have rat head. Do you know what rats do?????

  7. Chimtumbewa says:

    Lilongwe ~ Mzuzu
    Blantyre ~ Mzuzu
    The routes are not commercially viable for coach servises. People have to establish businesses in Mzuzu kaye to create substantial demand for luxury bus servises. Ndipo zoyambitsa ma business zo ziyambire ndi eni ake akumpotoko. Otherwise abale athu a kumpoto komweko ayamba kutukwana boma kuti bwanji silikupititsa ‘koche’ kukaya. kkkkkk

  8. Fanwell Mahata says:

    Great news. cant wait to travel to Blantyre.

  9. Vincent Chirwa says:

    That is good development. Travelling between Blantyre and Lilongwe will be made easier. How about extending the service to Mzuzu.

  10. Sandram says:

    That is wonderful, we really need such travelling, business always needs fast lane in order to serve clients’s time.
    Big up luxaria

  11. Aka says:

    Well done, AXA needs competition

  12. Andrew says:

    People suffer especially those who try quick connection to Karonga as they travel on business to Kyela, Mbeya and Dar. Funds permitting in future especially if the fleet increases, it will not be a mistake.

  13. Davie Njala says:

    A welcome development but consider Zomba-Ll city pliz

  14. john says:

    Good news, however, I would have loved if you also introduced BT-Mzuzu route to assist u who go up north.

  15. Thanks for that but can you consider Lilongwe, Mzuzu route?

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