Voi and FlixBus partner to encourage sustainable travel in UK and Germany
As part of this partnership, Voi Technology and FlixBus will offer people across Germany and the UK with special discounts in order to encourage them to travel using more sustainable modes of transport.
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Voi Technology has announced that it has partnered with FlixBus to offer city-hoppers the chance to explore the cities of Germany and the UK more affordably and sustainably with special discounts available for riders and passengers.
With the ease of booking a journey, FlixBus offers customers high levels of comfort and affordability and an eco-friendly travel experience. In addition, the convenience and flexibility of Voi e-scooters mean travellers can safely ride, taste and experience the culture and food of each place, without creating pollution or congestion.
For passengers and riders in Germany and the UK, Voi and FlixBus are offering a number of special discounts for new and existing riders and passengers, in order to encourage more people to travel by bus and e-scooters and reduce their carbon footprint.
Xiaoxiao Milz-Chen, CSR & Sustainability Expert at FlixBus, said: “Sustainable travel has always been a priority for Flix, and we are very excited to announce this partnership. We are investing a lot of effort and resources in different alternative drive technologies, and this partnership gets us one step closer to a greener future. Thanks to our customers who chose to travel with FlixBus, we managed to save 400,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions last year (2021).”
Caroline Hjelm, Head of Markering at Voi, said: “We’re delighted to be partnering with FlixBus to offer the complete package of affordable, green travel for city-hopping in the UK and Germany. Flying and personal car usage adversely impact the environment, especially when travelling to new places. Our complimentary service, together with our special discounts, mean people can simply hop on a FlixBus and our e-scooters with the peace of mind knowing they’re helping to tackle climate change and creating better cities for living.”
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