Thalys

THALYS announced on December 22 that ridership on its services will exceed seven million in 2017, the first time in the operator’s 20-year history that passenger numbers have reached this…
THALYS has marked the first anniversary of its Izy low-fares services between Paris and Brussels by announcing plans to increase capacity and adjust its operating model to “ensure economic robustness.”
Recent terrorist attacks in Europe have intensified calls for greater security at stations. However, introducing airport-style security may not be financially viable, or do anything to combat the terrorist threat,…
THALYS launched its new Brussels - Paris low-fares TGV service at Brussels Midi station on April 3, when Belgium's federal minister for mobility Mrs Jaqueline Galant, Mr Michel Jadot, head…
THALYS has unveiled plans to launch new low-fares services between Paris and Brussels next month in a bid to draw motorists travelling between the French and Belgian capitals away from…
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…
THE appalling terrorist attacks in Paris on November 13 and the thwarted attack on an Amsterdam - Brussels - Paris Thalys train on August 21 will inevitably lead to calls…
THE French government has confirmed that equipment will be installed at stations in France by next month to scan Thalys passengers and their luggage before boarding.
THALYS is now authorised to operate passenger services on high-speed and conventional lines in France under its own safety certification after the French Railway Safety Board (EPSF) granted the operator…
THALYS, which operates high-speed services between Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam, Cologne and Essen, will become an independent company on March 31 2015 for the first time since it was set up…
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