Citybus yesterday unveiled its $150 million fleet of new luxury airport buses which will run under the new red and gold Cityflyer colours. The 50-strong fleet will serve four of Citybus' 13 franchised routes to the new airport and Tung Chung New Town. Fares will range from $33 to $45. Spectacular views en route and cheaper fares are expected to win over would-be rail passengers heading to the new airport. Managing director Lyndon Rees said the fleet offered the same luxuries as the MTR Airport Express which will charge $100 from Central. He said airbus services, which it will split with KMB subsidiary Long Win, could win up to 70 per cent of the market. Some 35 million people are expected to use the airport annually. 'Point to point - origin to destination - buses will be as quick as the train and a lot cheaper so we are optimistic we will get a big proportion of the market,' Mr Rees said. 'And what we have is spectacular views across the Tsing Ma Bridge. The MTR doesn't because it is in a tube - what better tourist attraction is there than that?' The four Cityflyer routes are the A11 from Moreton Terrace, Causeway Bay; A12 from Sai Wan Ho ferry pier; A21 from the KCRC Kowloon Station in Hung Hom; and A22 from Lam Tin MTR station. Frequencies will range from 10 to 20 minutes with half-price concessions for children and the elderly. The Dennis double-deckers feature 78 reclinable seats, luggage racks, overhead compartments, bilingual visual and audio announcements, access ramps and Octopus smart card receptors.