The University of Michigan provides a discount bus ride to the airport for its students during holidays called the Airbus. It appears this is a worldwide pandemic that must be stopped before it's too late!
"Traveling light is the only way to fly" - Eric Clapton
The funny thing is that "Airbus" used to be a generic name referring to all wide-body aircraft when they were first being developed and produced in the late 1960's/early 1970s. These were of course the B747, the DC-10, and the L-1011, and the actual Airbus A300/B2B4.
When these manufacturers were competing for orders from airlines the process was widely called the "airbus sweepstakes" and other such names.
Oh and to add to my last post when I was growing up in Russia in the 80's they would call any Soviet-made long range airliner an "aerobus," which is the russian version of the "airbus" name. It was a common nickname for Il-62's and Il-86's and I remember my parents telling me about these "aerobuses" when I would fly on them.