Tag Archives: SNCF

SNCF Adds Malaysia Airlines to TGVAir Codeshare Network

29 Oct

October 9th saw Malaysia Airlines and French state railway company SNCF sign an agreement that will enable single bookings to be made directly to 19 French cities.  From Malaysia passengers will be in possession of a ticket that enables them to transfer on to a SNCF TGV service at Charles de Gaulle’s TGV station that […]

Airspace Shutdown Should Prompt Rethink On Pan European Rail Ticket System

04 May

The European Union was founded upon the principal that there should be freedom of movement for people and goods through member states. On the back of this direction if you decide to fly between EU City-A and EU City-B you can expect to be sold a ticket for that journey even at the airport. It […]

How should rail in the community be subsidised?

22 Feb

“Why should taxpayers subsidise branch lines”, is a popular argument and the instant reaction is that they shouldn’t. However a popular problem amongst developed nations is road congestion and the cost of access charges to the road network (mainly Car Tax). Leaving aside the argument for extra taxes/charges to rebalance the “Economic externalities caused by […]