| 900+ Buses|
Jose Isaac Hernandez
| Victory Liner, Inc.|
| We move people better...safer.
Taking you places for 70 years|
We move people better...safer. Taking you places for 70 years
Victory Liner, Inc. is one of the largest provincial bus companies operating in the Philippines, servicing routes mainly in cities of Baguio & Tabuk and the provinces of Zambales, Bulacan, Nueva Ecija, Pampanga, Tarlac, Pangasinan, La Union Cagayan, Isabela and Nueva Vizcaya. This bus company played a major role in transport industry since it became the product of Japanese occupation in the country after World War II.
Today, Victory Liner, Inc. has grown as one of the largest bus transportation business groups in the Philippines, servicing all key destinations in Northern and Central Luzon. As of today, Victory Liner deploys more than 900 buses in its daily operations. It is a sister company of Five Star.
Victory Liner Wikipedia
The company was founded by Mr. Jose Hernandez. Its beginnings trace back from the years of Japanese occupation in the country. The phrase "Victory Joe", reminiscent of America's victory in the World War II became a household word way back then, Mr. Hernandez decided to coin out the name of his bus firm from it, and so became Victory Liner.
Mr. Jose I. Hernandez, a pre-war mechanic, had collected bits and pieces of machinery, metals and spare parts from abandoned U.S. Military vehicles intending to build a delivery truck from scratch for his family's buy-and-sell business of rice, corn, vegetables and their home-made laundry soap. Upon completion of the truck, he was surprised to see that what he envisioned to be a delivery truck turned out to be more like a bus.
On October 15, 1945, Mr. Hernandez's first bus plied the Manila-Olongapo-Manila line. He was the driver and Leonardo D. Trinidad (a brother-in-law) was his conductor.
Mr. Hernandez was unaware that that was the start of a very big thing. Later on, the Hernandezes incorporated the business and became one of the main transport modes in the province of Zambales, Quezon and Batangas to ferry passengers and goods to and from Manila and the provinces of Bulacan, Pampanga, Bataan, Zambales, Pangasinan, La Union, Tarlac, Benguet, Nueva Ecija, Nueva Vizcaya, Isabela, Cagayan, Apayao, and Kalinga.
The Company was passed on to the son of Mr. Hernandez, Johnny Hernandez.
In 2007, Victory Liner introduced a Deluxe class, Available only in Baguio and Cagayan Valley routes.
In 2011, Victory Liner initially equipped 50 air-conditioned buses with Sun Broadband Wireless Wi-Fi powered by Sun Cellular to allow passengers with Wi-Fi capable gadgets such as mobile phones, laptops and other wireless gadgets to log on to the Internet making travel more productive and entertaining. Victory Liner will have the most number of buses with free Wi-Fi after Sun equips its whole fleet of air conditioned buses before the end of the year. To date, more than 600 airconditioned bused are equipped with Wi-Fi technology and still growing.
In 2012, Victory Liner has tied up with AirAsia Philippines, the country’s newest low cost airline, to provide free shuttle service for inbound and outbound passengers of Clark International Airport for the convenience of AirAsia passengers and guests, Victory Liner shuttle bus provides return services from Dau and Marquee Mall to Clark airport.
Recently, Victory Liner together with its sister companies, Five Star, Sta. Lucia Express uses Tachograph in their fleets to monitor drivers who may be over-speeding or who may be speeding beyond 120 km/h per hour continuously. Drivers who violate the rule are automatically suspended.
Victory Liner utilizes and maintains Daewoo, Higer, Hino, Hyundai, Kia, King Long, MAN, UD Nissan Diesel, Volvo and Yutong units.Ordinary Fare (2 x 3 seating)
Regular Air Conditioned (2 x 2 seating)
Deluxe (2 x 2 seating with more leg room, water closet on board)
First Class (2 x 1 seating top-rated seats, water closet on board, and free newspaper, and snacks)
Internet connectivity via WiFi access is available in all buses.Monumento, Caloocan City
Cubao, Quezon City
Kamias, Quezon City
EDSA, Pasay City
Earnshaw Sampaloc, Manila
Baguio City, Benguet
Alaminos City, Pangasinan
Dagupan City, Pangasinan
Carmen, Rosales, Pangasinan
La Paz, Tarlac
Tarlac City, Tarlac
Olongapo City, Zambales
Santa Cruz, Zambales
Malolos City, Bulacan
San Miguel, Bulacan
Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija
Gapan, Nueva Ecija
Guimba, Nueva Ecija
Muñoz, Nueva Ecija
San Jose City, Nueva Ecija
Mabalacat, Pampanga (Dau Bus Terminal)
City of San Fernando, Pampanga
Tuguegarao City, Cagayan
Cauayan City, Isabela
Ilagan City, Isabela
Santiago City, Isabela
San Mateo, Isabela
Tabuk City, Kalinga
Dagupan City-Baguio City via Agoo or Manaoag
Dagupan City-Tabuk City
Dagupan City-Tuguegarao City (Five Star operated by Victory Liner)
Dagupan City-Sta. Cruz
Baguio City-Bolinao via Agoo or Manaoag
Baguio City-Sta. Cruz via Agoo or Manaoag
Olongapo City-Baguio City via City of San Fernando
Olongapo City-San Felipe
Olongapo City-Sta. Cruz
Olongapo City-Balanga City
Olongapo City-Dau via SCTEX
Olongapo City-City of San Fernando via Jose Abad Santos Avenue
Sta. Lucia ExpressMetro Manila
Candon, Ilocos Sur