Wednesday, 13 December 2017 07:15

Ouigo serves central Paris for the first time

FRENCH National Railways’ (SNCF) low-cost high-speed service, Ouigo, launched services from central Paris for the first time with the start of the new timetable on December 10.
Saturday, 15 July 2017 00:00

Will France say “oui” to inOui?

Under a new strategy made public at the end of May, SNCF is hoping to attract 15 million additional passengers to its high-speed network by 2020. SNCF Voyages CEO Rachel…
THIS month we report on a flurry of activity in the high-speed rail sector where three projects are coming to fruition in France, and French National Railways (SNCF) is starting…
Tuesday, 30 May 2017 05:46

SNCF rebrands TGV as “inOui”

IN an effort to attract 15 million customers to its flagship high-speed services by 2020, French National Railways (SNCF) announced a new strategy on May 29, which includes the rebranding…
REPORTING its first results as an integrated railway, French National Railways (SNCF) achieved a 5% increase in revenue from €29.9bn to €31.4bn in 2015, although Ebitda fell 4.6% from €4.6bn…
ONE year on from the merger of French National Railways (SNCF) and infrastructure owner French Rail Network (RFF) into a single organisation with SNCF Mobility as the operator and SNCF…
Friday, 04 September 2015 07:30

SNCF to expand low-cost Ouigo services

FRENCH National Railways (SNCF) has announced plans to triple the number of routes operated its Ouigo low-cost high-speed subsidiary next year.
THREE of Europe's major railways face some serious challenges in the coming months as they try to grapple with problems ranging from a failure to react to rapid changes in…
Thursday, 12 September 2013 08:07

First 1 million Ouigo tickets sold

FRENCH National Railways' (SNCF) Ouigo low-fare TGV service has reached a significant milestone since its launch on April 2 with the sale of the first 1 million tickets.
FRENCH National Railways (SNCF) says it has already sold more than 200,000 tickets for its new low-cost TGV service called Ouigo which began operating on April 2. Ticket sales started…

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