Czech private railway company RegioJet has launched a direct service linking Prague, Brno, Vienna, and Budapest, the company told MTI on Friday.
The trains will run twice a day in both directions, offering passengers “low-cost, standard, relax, and business” services, the company said.
Staff and infrastructure will be provided by Continental Railway Solution Kft in Hungary, and by WestBahn in Austria.
Earlier, MTI reported that RegioJet would offer four travel classes on the trains: low-cost, standard, relax and business. The cheapest one-way tickets will start at 9 euros for Budapest-Vienna and 16 euros for Budapest-Prague.
Ticket prices include reserve seating and access to broadband internet.
The trains will make stops at Déli and Kelenföld stations in Budapest, as well as at stations in Győr, Mosonmagyaróvár and Hegyeshalom, but they may not be used to reach domestic destinations.
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