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 Post subject: RegioJet
PostPosted: Fri 24 Nov 2017 10:22 
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Czech open-access operator RegioJet announced on November 23 that tickets have gone on sale for its new Prague - Vienna service, which will begin operating on December 10.

Northbound services will depart from Vienna Main Station at 06.30, 10.30, 14.30 and 18.30, with the southbound trains leaving Prague Hlavní Nádraží at 05.21, 09.21, 13.21, and 16.21. The journey time will be 4h 12min northbound and 4h 2min southbound. All services will make intermediate stops at Vienna Simmering and Brno.

RegioJet will operate the service in partnership with Graz Köflach Railway (GKB) using the Austrian operator’s license and safety certificate.

One-way fares are €15 for Standard class, €22 for Relax class and €29 for Business class. RegioJet says these fares will be apply for any seat on any train, and will be available right up until a few minutes before departure. Passengers will not need to carry a printed ticket and tickets can be cancelled at any time up to 15 minutes before departure with a full refund.

“Our objective is to show, that international travelling by train can be as easy and flexible as taking a bus, but with an incomparable level of comfort,” says RegioJet CEO Mr Radim Jančura. “We want to challenge traditional railway operators to leave the historical and complicated old-fashion ways of servicing clients on international routes. That’s why we are bringing full flexibility in bookings, we are not changing our services when crossing borders and bringing other items that customers have always wanted but could not imagine them on a train.”


http://www.railjournal.com/index.php/main-line/regiojet-prague-vienna-service-set-for-december-launch.html?channel=524


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 Post subject: RegioJet
PostPosted: Tue 16 Jun 2020 17:33 
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RegioJet introduce trenul de noapte Praga - Rijeka. Romania introduce masti pe obrajii copiilor deja "termometrizati" si "distantati social" in salile de examen...

https://www.regiojet.com/croatia/index.html


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 Post subject: Re: RegioJet
PostPosted: Thu 02 Jul 2020 21:23 
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Rijeka, 1 iulie 2020.

https://www.railwaygazette.com/passenger/regiojet-launches-train-to-croatia-so-everyone-can-afford-a-holiday-/56869.article


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 Post subject: Re: RegioJet
PostPosted: Mon 20 Jul 2020 15:42 
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Open access operator RegioJet is to launch a twice daily Praha – Brno – Wien – Budapest service on July 31, by extending some of its existing Praha – Wien services.

‘We are coming to another route with our vision to significantly reduce the cost of train travel for passengers and offer the widest range of services’, said RegioJet director Ivana Kašická on July 20. She said the aim was to offer an alternative to the ‘nonsense prices by present state operators’, so that ‘everyone can afford to travel by train between Praha, Wien and Budapest’.

Low-cost, standard, relax and business class fares are offered, with the cheapest Wien – Budapest tickets starting at €9 and Praha – Budapest from €16. The price includes a seat reservation and wi-fi. There is free coffee and bottled water for passengers in the standard, relax and business classes, with snacks to purchase, while passengers in low-cost class can order snacks online for delivery to their seats.

Operations will be handled by RegioJet’s local partners Westbahn in Austria and Continental Railway Solution in Hungary.


https://www.railwaygazette.com/passenger/praha-wien-budapest-train-aims-to-undercut-nonsense-prices-of-state-operators/56991.article


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