Eurostar has reached a refinancing agreement with its shareholders and banks worth £250m (289.9m euros | 353.9m USD).
French transport minister confirms to the National Assembly that France would make sure it supported Eurostar and was in talks with Britain.
There are renewed calls on the UK government to provide support to Eurostar to prevent Britain's only international rail link from folding.
Eurostar is now running with Sqills S3 Passenger as the beating heart of their seat reservation, ticket sales, and inventory management.
Starting in April passengers will be able to enjoy direct Eurostar services between Amsterdam and London without passport checks in Brussels.
Celebrating its 25th anniversary, this week Eurostar has unveiled a picture gallery celebrating travellers’ memorable images.
We are back with the Railway-News Industry Insider for weeks 1 and 2 (1–11 January 2019): the railway industry's latest news, covering North America, China an...