The service was extended in Hungary on July 1, but tickets were previously only available for cross-border routes. The service across the Hungarian border was suspended on September 2 due to rising number of Covid-19 cases, although the Hungarian government has indicated that the borders could reopen on September 30.
The cheapest regional fares range from €2 for journeys from Győr to Mosonmagyaróvár and Hegyeshalom, up to €7 for journeys from Hegyeshalom or Mosonmagyaróvár to Budapest. The Budapest - Győr journey costs €5, compared with around €8.60 on Hungarian national operator MÁV-Start’s service.
Tickets are refundable up to 15 days prior to departure, and the base tickets include RegioJet’s usual complimentary services, while upper classes are available at a higher price.
RegioJet’s service in Hungary is operated by Continental Railway Solution (CRS), one of four companies and the only privately-owned operator to possess a passenger operating licence in the country. CRS has so far only operated charter and freight services, as well as RegioJet’s Prague - Rijeka and Prague - Vienna - Budapest services which both launched this summer.