According to the documents, Leo Express is seeking capacity for the following routes:
• Prague Hlavní Nádraži - Berlin Main Station: six train pairs a day via the Bad Schandau border crossing from December 9 2018
• Prague Hlavní Nádraži - Wroclaw Glówny: two train pairs a day on Saturdays and Sundays via the Lichkov-Międzylesie border crossing from December 9 2018,
• Prague Hlavní Nádraži - Krakow Glówny: three train pairs per week via the Bohumín-Zebrzydowice border crossing from April 2019, increasing to one train pair per day from August 1 2019, and
• Prague Hlavní Nádraži - Vienna Main Station: three train pairs a day via the Břeclav border crossing from December 9 2018.

Leo Express chief institutional affairs officer Mrs Barbora Mičková told IRJ that the operator has formally expressed an interest in these routes to fulfil a new legal obligation for an Economic Equilibrium Test (EET). The EET is a provision of the Fourth Railway Package defining the conditions under which Member States can restrict access to their domestic rail infrastructure where a new open-access service might compromise the economic equilibrium of a public service obligation (PSO) passenger rail contract.

Leo Express says it cannot comment any further on its plans as they are at the notification stage.