Technology, Rail,

December 21, 2016

Trainline expands offering in Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxemburg

Trainline expands offering in Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxemburg

Trainline has announced it is now offering tickets to destinations across the whole of Benelux via its website and mobile applications. 

The expansion of the Trainline offering in these countries is a clear demonstration of the company’s continued commitment to grow its network across Europe.

“Trainline’s goal has always been to be the independent leader in European train ticket sales,” comments Daniel Beutler, general manager of Trainline International. 

“Benelux occupies a central and strategic position in the heart of Europe and at the hub of European rail, with a large number of train journeys passing through these three countries. 

“The BeNe Rail partnership is excellent news for European travellers and responds to a very real demand from our customers. 

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“We are proud to offer them a quality service to make travel across the continent even easier.”

A true European railroad junction, the Benelux region offers cross-border connections between countries already serviced by Trainline through sales of Thalys, Deutsche Bahn and Eurostar tickets.

Therefore, it was a logical step for the business to integrate Bene Rail and offer an even broader rail service to travellers.

This new partnership builds on Trainline’s existing offer which now allows its customers to travel to and from more than 24,000 stations in 24 European countries, served by 48 rail companies, including SNCF iDTGV and Ouigo in France, Deutsche Bahn and HKX in Germany and Trenitalia and NTV in Italy.

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