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Guanabara Express is headquartered in Fortaleza / CE, one of the leading companies in the region north and northeast. Guanabara has over 250 buses, which are on average a year and a half of use.
Through partnership 34 (thirty-four) of Expresso Guanabara agencies represent the Andorinha Company and Traffic Araguarina in transfers in Goiânia, Goiás to shift to the states of Mato Grosso and Rondonia, where 19 (Nineteen) of The Andorinha agencies located in the center-west regions North and represents the Guanabara Express.
In Goiania, Goiás the Traffic Araguarina provides a Bus Terminal in a VIP room that offers Shawer Baths as an option for customers to users of Enterprise partners.
The early purchase of tickets by business partners is made through the issuance of T.S.O (Ticket Supply’s Order), requiring the officer in exchange for the ticket company requested at the time of connection.
The lines for the transfers in Goiania (GO) are:
To better serve its customers, Andorinha Company of Transport signed the partnership with the Traffic Araguarina for connections Brasilia / DF x Cuiabá / MT and vice versa.
Both companies operate the line Brasilia / DF x Noida / RO, dividing each other their points of sales, to better serve customers who makes inquiries to these regions.
The Araguarina is the parent company of the Group Odilon Santos. Established in 1938 under the name Express Pontal, received new name in 1955, the name is a tribute to the town of Araguari(MG), has its headquarters in Goiania, Goiás and is nationally recognized as one of the most traditional companies in the transportation of passengers and serves the country, besides the Federal District and Goias, Minas Gerais, Tocantins, Mato Grosso and Rondonia.
In Goiania, Goiás the Traffic Araguarina provides a Bus Terminal in a VIP room that offers Shower Baths as an option for customers to users of Enterprise partners.
Nowadays, 75 cities are served by the Traffic, which offers comfortable vehicles in its fleet, covering the states of Goias, Tocantins, Federal District, Mato Grosso, Minas Gerais and Rondonia.