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The success encountered by the sleeper train connecting Brussels to the Austrian capital has prompted the line’s operator to announce increased frequency to the service from December.
After the first Brussels-bound night train left Vienna on 19 January, Austrian railway company ÖBB said nearly every train since had been completely booked out.
The line, which operates uner the name Nightjet, will run with a frequency of at least three trains per week from December 2020, according to Bruzz, who cited a spokesperson with the Austrian company.
Departing from Vienna or Innsbruck, two weekly trains currently serve Belgium, making stopovers in Germany and in Liège as well as in a number of stations in Brussels before reaching Gare du Midi.
This article first appeared on www.brusselstimes.com
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