AccesRail

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AccesRail is a company that sells train tickets within the booking system for air travel, for trains in Belgium, Canada, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, and United Kingdom.

This is in first case meant to be used for combined travel air and train, for overseas travellers, where travel agents can have difficulties selling tickets over the train booking systems.

Since several big airports e.g. London-Heathrow, Amsterdam-Schiphol and Copenhagen-Kastrup have regular train connections from the airport, there is a big demand to travel combined air and train. In some cases the train has competed out air connections, leaving Accesrail as a main ticket option.

AccesRail has the airline code 9B (see IATA) and has its office in Quebec, Canada.

Sources

  • AccesRail Official Website


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