- "If you're not an airport, we're not entirely sure why you'd want to buy an airport bus online. But this is America, and you can. So here it is."
- ―Warstock Cache & Carry description.
The Airport Bus shares the same body design as the regular Bus and shares most of their details, but it is a separate vehicle.
The airport bus comes in two colour schemes; A green and yellow variant with JiffiRent logos and a green and white variant with Olympian Rentals logos. All airport buses will read L.S.I.A. as their destinations.
Current Design Gallery
Grand Theft Auto V
The Airport Bus handles the same as the regular bus, let down by a wide turning radius with poor acceleration, but benefited by a decent top speed. The poor acceleration makes it easy for the player to get busted if attempting to escape a one star wanted level.
GTA V Overview
(0 - 60mph / 0 - 100km/h)
(mph / km/h)
(AWD / FWD / RWD)
Number + Type
(Kg / lb)
|n/a||100 / 161 (handling.dat)||
9000 / 19842 (handling.dat)
|16.4 Seconds||70 / 112||
Mass cannot be observed.
- Commonly seen driving in and around the Los Santos International Airport.
- Strangely, despite the handling files showing the vehicle is AWD, the Airport Bus in-game hasn't got enough power or revs to fully reveal its AWD layout, and cannot be seen effective when rolled over; only the rear wheels will spin. This also applies to the standard Bus.
- The Airport Bus noticeably has more lights on the starboard sides of the bus just below the roofline, a feature which is not present on the standard bus. The lights illuminate and is more visible at night.
- Similar to the Bus and the Dashound, there is a glitch where if the player steals an Airport Bus, moves and turns away from the Bus, then looks back, a new driver spawns in the vehicle and sets off.