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Voyages-sncf signs major partnership with Alitrip in China

Voyages-sncf.com, a major player in European tourism, continues to expand its operations in China. Having opened a subsidiary in Shanghai last March, the group – operating under the Rail Europe banner outside Europe – has signed an agreement with Alitrip to promote and sell French and European rail travel packages. Alitrip is the e-tourism platform of Alibaba, China’s leading e-commerce business, and was launched at the end of 2014. “Less

CrossCountry goes round the clock on social media support

CrossCountry has enhanced its commitment to customer service by launching a 24-hour, seven day a week online customer contact service. The train company is now contactable 24/7 on the company’s Twitter and Facebook channels to aid passengers with their queries.  CrossCountry’s Twitter and Facebook account was previously monitored between 06:00 and 22:00 Monday to Saturday, and 08:00 and 22:00 on Sundays. The channels feature a mixture of travel information and

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

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