Central Indiana Bus Service
Eagle Wings is directed by a Board of Directors that has over 30 years experience with mobile retreats and trips. The board has brought together their combination of talents and expertise to make Eagle Wings what it is today. The most senior member of the board “started it all” with the purchase of a sleeper bus called Possum 2 designed by Wandering Wheels of Upland, Indiana. Later on, Eagle Wings purchased additional buses and currently maintains a fleet of traditional 56 passenger motorcoaches as well as a sleeper bus option for smaller groups.
The name of the company comes from Isaiah chapter 40, verse 31, which says, “ … but they who wait for the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not grow faint.” “Our company is supposed to get you down the road,” “We’re moving God’s people where they need to go.”
Eagle Wings takes groups on a variety of trips such as New York City, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, and Orlando to tour the areas. Sometimes it’s simply a group headed to a baseball game or on a pleasure outing. The groups we take are as varied as the trips. Some groups are local; some are from other states. Nonprofit groups, such as local garden clubs, travel to flower shows in Chicago and Holland, Michigan. We also transport groups from schools and universities to games, national tournaments, and field trips. In most cases, Eagle Wings is simply providing the transportation. However, Eagle Wings staff can also assist with trip itinerary development and coordination for their clients.
Another aspect of Eagle Wings is the overnight retreat. For example, a group may wish to leave on an evening, sleep all night on the bus and arrive at the foot of the mountains in Gatlinburg National Park, Tennessee. The group can then spend the day hiking the trails and touring the sites in Gatlinburg and nearby Pigeon Forge. By late afternoon, the group loads the bus for the overnight trip to Orlando, Florida, where they will wake up and spend the day at Disney or Universal Studios. That evening, the bus is loaded once again, traveling overnight to the beach. After one day of soaking up the rays, the bus heads home!
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FAQ and work process
Frequently asked questions and our work process
Yes, all Eagle Wings buses are climate controlled.
Yes, all buses have GPS systems.
Smoking and alcohol use is prohibited on all Eagle Wings buses.
Currently, only our traditional 56 passenger buses have TVs and DVD players installed.
Per federal law, a driver can work a total of 15 hours on duty, with 10 hours driving in any 24 hour period. When a driver reaches either the 10 or 15 hour maximum, they are required to have at least 8 consecutive hours off duty before they can be on the bus again. Eagle Wings will work with all trip planners to make sure their itinerary will allow for driver time off or potentially a second driver to finish the trip.
Eagle Wings has been in business since 1997. Learn more about our history by reading the About Us page
Eagle Wings carries a Motor Carrier Bodily Injury and Property Damage Liability Certificate of Insurance for $5 million which is on file with the State of Indiana. In addition, Eagle Wings carries an excess liability policy of $5 million.
Our schedule can get booked very quickly, especially during the late fall and spring seasons. We recommend all groups to book their travel needs at least 6 to 9 months before the departure date. This will allow a preference of bus style and date availability.