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Air France and SNCF Voyageurs to operate an additional 8 “Train + Air” services


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For close to 30 years, Air France and SNCF French Railways have been offering their customers a service allowing them to combine train and air travel in the same reservation.

Until now offered on 33 routes to/from Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly (via Massy TGV station), the "Train + Air" service continues to grow, with the addition today of 8 additional routes to/from :

● Aix-en-Provence, Arras, Laval and Lille Flandres[1] : to Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly airports.
● Perpignan : to Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport

This extension of the network increases the number of routes offered by Air France as part of the « Train + Air » service to 41, on departure from 22 train stations: Aix-en-Provence TGV, Angers Saint-Laud, Arras, Avignon TGV, Bordeaux Saint-Jean, Champagne-Ardenne TGV, Le Mans, Laval, Lille Europe, Lille Flandres, Lorraine TGV, Lyon Part-Dieu, Marseille Saint-Charles, Montpellier Saint-Roch, Nantes, Nîmes, Perpignan, Poitiers, Rennes, Saint-Pierre-des-Corps, Strasbourg and Valence TGV.

Thanks to "Train + Air", customers have a single reservation for their entire journey and a guaranteed seat on the next available flight or TGV INOUI train, free of charge, if their flight or train arrives late. Since 2022, their journey has been fully digitized: customers can now check in online at before departure, for their entire journey, including train travel.

Air France customers travelling in the La Première or Business cabin also travel in first class on SNCF trains.

In addition to this network in France, Air France and KLM offer a combined ticket service on routes departing from Brussels-Midi station (to Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam Schiphol) and Antwerp-Central (to Amsterdam Schiphol only).

[1] Until now, Aix-en-Provence was only connected to Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport. Until now, service to Lille was only available from Lille Europe. It is now offered from both of the city's stations.



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