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Eurostar passenger numbers fell in the first three months of this year linked to the terror attacks in Paris and Brussels, but bookings are strong for Euro 2016 football matches.
Eurostar's profits dropped last year. It has blamed the Paris terrorist attacks, disruptions from migrants getting on to French train tracks and the stronger value of the pound.
A record passenger high for Eurostar. The Channel Tunnel operator carried 2.8 million passengers from April to June, with more business travellers
Hundreds of passengers have been left stranded after the tunnel linking France and England closed due to a strike in Calais. Rail company Eurostar
The first Eurostar train of the company’s new direct route to the south of France, which will run all the year round left St. Pancras station in the
Eurostar has suffered a drop in sales. Year on year first quarter revenues are down six percent or 300 million euros. The cross-Channel rail
Britain is selling its 40 percent stake in Eurostar for 804 million euros. Its part of a national plan to sell off publically owned assets in a bid
“Off to a cracking start,” that’s how Eurostar International’s CEO Nicolas Petrovic described bookings for the train’s new service to the French
Firefighters give all-clear for Channel Tunnel after a lorry fire saw trains cancelled
Eurostar is giving itself a birthday present by ordering more new trains to expand its routes. Twenty years after it started the company that runs
The UK government has put its 40 percent stake in the cross-Channel train operator Eurostar up for sale. Chancellor George Osborne said he was