After months of uncertainty and constraints, demand for business travel on the Eurostar network is back. The railway company announced on August 19 an increase of 105% in bookings for weekends in August and September compared to the same period last year. Of course, this increase is largely based on the leisure segment, to which 83% of bookings are attributed. However, this has prompted Eurostar to review its roadmap and offer more flexibility to business customers. Thus,

A response to an increase in demand following the removal of…

After months of uncertainty and constraints, demand for business travel on the Eurostar network is back. The railway company announced on August 19 an increase of 105% in bookings for weekends in August and September compared to the same period last year. Of course, this increase is largely based on the leisure segment, to which 83% of bookings are attributed. However, this has prompted Eurostar to review its roadmap and offer more flexibility to business customers. Thus,

A response to increased demand following the removal of quarantine measures for fully vaccinated passengers returning from France

Already, in August, the company added 39 trains for travel between the UK and the continent. And Eurostar is now planning to step up the pace in the autumn. From September, five daily return trips will be operated between London and Paris. Three other daily return trips are also planned on the London-Brussels route, including an extension to Rotterdam and Amsterdam.

The new transport plan will ensure greater flexibility for business travel, with the first train arriving in London from Paris at 8.32am and the last train leaving London for Paris at 7.01pm.

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Eurostar (…) is adding journeys to its transport plan in response to increased demand following the removal of quarantine measures for fully vaccinated passengers returning from France,” the company’s management explained.