Leo Express

FLIXMOBILITY, the parent company of German long-distance bus operator FlixBus, announced on March 6 that tickets have gone on sale for its first open-access intercity train services, which will serve…
OPEN-access passenger operator Leo Express has submitted track access applications to the Czech Office for Access to Transport Infrastructure (ÚDPI) for international services to destinations in Austria, Germany, and Poland.
LEO Express announced on October 13 that it will become Poland’s first international open-access passenger operator after the country’s rail regulator, the Railway Transport Office (UTK), gave its approval for…
GERMAN open-access operator Locomore is set to resume services on the Stuttgart - Berlin route on August 24 after Czech open-access operator Leo Express agreed to take over the operations…
CZECH open-access operator Leo Express has submitted a bid for German long-distance operator Locomore, which filed for insolvency earlier this month.
AN alliance has been formed in Brussels which brings together open-access operators in the passenger and freight sectors with the aim of collectively addressing issues affecting non-incumbent rail companies.
THE European Commission (EC) has opened an investigation into Czech Railways (ČD) following allegations that the railway breached EU antitrust laws by charging for services below their cost with the…
CRRC Zhuzhou Electric Locomotive has established a European subsidiary in Austria and has also been awarded a contract to supply trains to Czech open-access passenger operator Leo Express.
This year's International Railway Summit offered an excellent insight to the current state of the railway industry in Europe. David Briginshaw reviews the highlights. VIENNA was the location for three…
IRJ at ERA Moving Towards the Single European Rail Area conference, Luxembourg: Mr Leos Novotny, CEO of Czech open-access private passenger operator Leo Express, says his company is proof that…
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