London, UK (PRWEB UK) 30 August 2012
On the 27th of August 2012, iDBUS, the new long distance, high quality coach service launched by SNCF, will begin sales of 5 new daily links between Paris, Lille and London.
To meet customer demand, iDBUS will increase the frequency of journeys from London to Paris and Lille, with 2 more daily return journeys from the 24th of September, and 3 further services from the 15th of October onwards.
As of the 24th of September, iDBUS will provide:
- 4 daily return journeys between London and Paris: 2 direct journeys (on which, 1 direct night journey) and 2 journeys via Lille
- 2 daily return journeys between London and Lille
As of the 15th of October, iDBUS will provide:
- 7 daily return journeys between London and Paris: 3 direct journeys (on which, 2 direct night journeys) and 4 journeys via Lille
- 4 daily return journeys between London and Lille
Travelers can make the most of their time with the two direct night journeys, saving the cost of a night in a hotel.
The prices of a single journey from London to Paris and Lille in a normal period are £45 and £37 respectively. To promote group travel, the “Group Deal” offers 4 seats for the price of 3.
Tickets for the new services can be booked from the 27th of August on the website http://www.idbus.co.uk or by telephone (0844 369 0 379 - 5p/min. plus network extras, open Monday to Saturday from 7 am to 8 pm).
In creating iDBUS, SNCF is reinventing coach travel in Europe. iDBUS is a new offer for travel by coach, with high levels of comfort and security, whilst being ecological and responding to the latest mobility needs of Europeans. iDBUS offers more comfort, attention, information before, during and after the travel, and has simple permanent and economical tariffs. It is an easy and convivial way to travel, and is mainly aimed at European drivers.
With offices in 120 countries, 245,000 employees and more than 30 billion euros turnover, SNCF is one of the leading players in the field of global transportation and logistics. From its origin, the French national railway with a public services responsibility, SNCF expands its range of transport options further, to offer flexible mobility to its customers. More information on http://www.sncf.com.