World SNCF will soon launch its low cost TGV Ouigo in Spain

16:05  22 september  2020
16:05  22 september  2020 Source:   public.fr

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French rail company SNCF has launched a new low -frills high-speed railway service called Ouigo as a budget alternative to its high-speed TGV trains . A Ouigo

SNCF va bientôt lancer son TGV low cost Ouigo en Espagne © Pixabay SNCF will soon launch its low cost TGV Ouigo in Spain SNCF will launch a low cost TGV in Spain on March 15, 2021. The railway company will start with the link Madrid-Zaragoza-Barcelona, ​​before tackling the Madrid-Valencia axes, then Madrid-Andalusia.

The SNCF pushes its pawns beyond the Pyrenees. With 5 daily round trips on the Madrid-Zaragoza-Barcelona route, the national rail company will launch in mid-March 2021 its operations on the Spanish market with its low cost Ouigo service. The French company intends by 2023 to launch other Ouigo links between Madrid and Valence (east), then Madrid and Andalusia (south), using specially adapted duplex TGVs.

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the low-cost TGV Ouigo serves the SNCF as a weapon of conquest for new audiences, as a social laboratory and as a defense against the arrival of competition. Launched modestly from the Parisian suburbs in April 2013, the turquoise and pink train now runs on most of the French high-speed lines. In 2018, it transported 11.6 million people, or 12% of TGV traffic.

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The raison d'être of Ouigo, "is to reach new customers who did not travel with us before ", underlined last year Rachel Picard, director of Voyages SNCF. These "would have chosen the car, would have chosen the bus, or would not have traveled", had completed the boss of Ouigo Stéphane Rapebach.

It was especially in 2015 that the low-cost TGV of the SNCF took off, in response to "Macron cars". It has since accelerated the movement, serving directly to major Parisian stations, and especially appeals to families, fans of planning and young people who book at the last moment depending on the price.

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