Huskey Trailways operates a fleet of brightly colored, oversize vehicles, which include motor coaches, a party bus, and two limousines. Though some are designed for short-term shuttle service, many feature travel-friendly amenities such as sound systems, TVs, and places to store maps of your favorite rest stops. At the wheel of these vessels, drivers ferry their passengers through the St. Louis area and along highways, freeways, and expressways across the continental United States. They've transported groups to airports and field-trip destinations and have carried out more exotic trips, such as themed tours of local cities and excursions to Niagara Falls and Mackinac Island.
The licensed and trained chauffeurs at St. Louis Limousine introduce their passengers to the high life with a fleet of 13 types of luxury vehicles, spanning from Lincoln Town Cars that seat four passengers to limousine coaches that seat up to 34. Party lighting and perimeter seating accentuate stretch Cadillac Escalades and Ford Excursions, which add a festive touch to bachelor parties, proms, and nights out on the town.
Don Davis Aviation provides tours and flight training to budding barnstormers. During the one-hour tour, an experienced pilot will take an airborne apprentice and two friends on a tour in a Diamond DA40 plane over the woods, lakes, and rivers of southern Indiana and northern Kentucky.
With federally licensed flight instructors, quality ground facilities, and well-maintained aircraft, Tri-State's flight school provides a stable base for serious students or an enabling experience for those simply following mankind's innate urge to fly. Amateur aviators spend the first half of the lesson on the ground learning the principles of flight, including basic aerodynamics and how the craft works. Before takeoff students assist in the preflight inspection, then help check the weight and balance to ensure the plane is in shape to fly and has finished its vegetables. During flight, students will be allowed to briefly take the controls and pilot the plane, and then review their voyage in a postflight debrief.