Heathrow Express has launched a newly refurbished fleet of 12 Class 387 trains, the first refresh since the service launched over 20 years ago.
Payments are stored in an independently operated secure trust account, until after their holiday has taken place and if the holiday does not go ahead for any reason customers can be refunded.
National Express will fully suspend its network of coach services as new lockdown measures take effect across the UK. The coach operator will cease operation temporarily from Sunday.
FirstGroup has sold three major bus facilities in North America for a total of £102 million. The firm said the move was part of a continuing drive to rationalise its bus property portfolio.
The government has pledged to provide refunds for rail and coach tickets bought for the Christmas travel window between December 23rd-27th.
American Express Global Business Travel has published a report that examines what is needed to make rail a better option for business travellers.
Eurostar has criticised a new support scheme for airports, arguing rail operators have been unfairly excluded. The company said it had seen a 95 per cent fall in demand due to Covid-19.
The Rockies to the Red Rocks route will be a two-day rail journey between Denver, Colorado, and Moab, Utah, with an overnight stay in Glenwood Springs, Colorado.
International rail travel offers an ‘environmentally friendly’ alternative to flying and as the second wave of Covid-19 approaches, it may experience a boom post-pandemic.
Serco has appointed Kathryn Darbandi as the new managing director for the Caledonian Sleeper service. She will take up her new role in January.
Ember is seeking to revolutionise coach services in the UK this week with the launch of the first ever service between two major cities using purely electric power.
Putting the train back at the heart of business travel is the aim of three UK rail operators who are backing a new customer confidence scheme by VisitBritain.