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Train travel across Europe just got easier thanks to this new merger
Known as Project Green Speed, the merger aims to make high-speed rail travel an attractive alternative to flying.
Spain is planning high-speed trains between London and Paris
The national Spanish rail company Renfe is taking on Eurostar with their new line.
Eurostar's new financing package puts train service back on track
The refinancing package of £250m mainly consists of additional equity and loans from a syndicate of banks guaranteed by the shareholders.
'It would be tragic to lose Eurostar,' says MEP, calling for bailout
Eurostar has been calling for state bailouts and has stripped its services to the bare minimum, with just one return journey per day.
Should the UK help save French-owned Eurostar from the brink of ruin?
The cross-Channel link is on course for bankruptcy by spring if no state bailouts are offered - but disputes over which governments should be doing the bailing out has delayed help.
France 'prepared to help' struggling train operator Eurostar
Passenger numbers on the cross-channel train service have been down 95% since March and are currently believed to be less than 1% of pre-pandemic levels.
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Has Eurostar 'fallen through the cracks' of the transport bailout?
The company that operates the Eurostar rail service between the UK and mainland Europe has called for a UK government bailout following a collapse in travel. The train operator runs daily services through the Channel Tunnel between London, Paris and Brussels.
Eurostar is 'in peril' and needs UK government help, say British firms
Services of the cross-Channel train have dropped to just one train a day between the British and French capitals amid tightened border controls.
Eurostar will launch direct Amsterdam-London service this year
Currently, passengers must disembark in Brussels to be checked by UK Border Force officials.
How one Brit sneaked into France for a lockdown haircut
A far shave? Our British reporter tests the limits of coronavirus travel checks – and explores the fringe benefits of France's open salons.
Eurostar cancels trains amid 'severe disruption' in Paris
Eurostar warns its London-Paris passengers not to travel after powercut in French capital
How Channel Tunnel breakthrough miner Graham Fagg became a Brexiteer
"I worked on the Channel Tunnel and I made the breakthrough but in fact, I voted for the Brexit," retired miner Graham Fagg said ahead of the 25th anniversary of the Channel Tunnel.
Pret a Changer as sandwich chain backtracks on binning Brussels statue
Pret a Manger had originally planned to get rid of the much-loved horse-zebra statue at Brussels' Midi station, but has since overturned its decision after public upset
Man charged after 'protest' disrupts Eurostar weekend travel
A man has been charged for "obstruction" at London's St Pancras International that caused travel chaos for Eurostar passengers on Saturday.
Eurostar services resume after trespasser is arrested
Eurostar said it had suspended all trains in and out of London St Pancras due to a trespasser who was reportedly wearing an England flag.
'Don't travel unless necessary,' Eurostar warns Paris passengers
Industrial action by French customs officials — over Brexit — is expected to continue until at least Wednesday, April 3.
Back on track: Eurostar 'can run in France' in case of no-deal Brexit
High-speed rail operator granted a licence to run services in France.
Eurostar tells passengers not to travel amid French customs strikes
Eurostar has cancelled four trains as severe service disruptions continue. French customs officers at Paris Gare du Nord are taking part in industrial action.
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Eurostar trains delayed due to French customs officers' Brexit strike
Eurostar enters its second day of severe delays as French customs officers continue their protests for better pay and more resources for Brexit.
Eurostar services could stop in 'no-deal' Brexit scenario
A UK government paper warns a 'no-deal' Brexit could stop train services to Europe.
Eurostar staff to go on strike over 'shocking' working conditions
The 48-hour strike action is schedule to start just after midnight on Sept. 30.
Eurostar sees signs of recovery after tough 2016
The Channel Tunnel rail service suffered a 28 million euro operating loss as passenger numbers fell following terror attacks in Paris and Brussels.
Eurostar staff to strike in row over work-life balance
Staff at Eurostar will strike for seven days over two weekends this month in a long-running dispute over work life balance, the UK’s RMT union has said.
Eurostar sales fall after Paris and Brussels terror attacks
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 profits lower due to Paris attacks, migrant disruption and stronger pound
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.