Almost normal train traffic on Thalys’ network on 23 March

Thalys informs travelers that trains will run normally on Wednesday 23 March on its whole network, except for the following trains :

From Brussels : 9304 (7.13 am)
From Paris : 9321 (9.19 am)
From Amsterdam to Lille : 9994 (7.17 am) 
From Lille to Amsterdam : 9993 (11.59)
From Germany, the Thalys n°9424 will depart from Cologne instead of Dortmund (departure at 8.44 am from Cologne)

Due to strengthened security checks at Brussels-South railway station, Thalys travelers are recommended to arrive early and to prepare their identity document.

Exchange and reimbursement : For travelers who would however like to postpone their trip, Thalys reminds that all tickets for travels on 23 March can be exchanged (according to availability) or reimbursed free of charges in the station tickets counters in Belgium, France and the Netherlands and via the different call-centers in each Thalys country (in France, 36 35 ; in Belgium +32 70 79 79 79 ; in Germany + 49 1 807 07 07 07 ; in the Netherlands +31 30 23 000 23). 

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Bérengère Vuathier Thalys
Wim Lefebure Whyte Corporate Affairs
Ariane Goossens Whyte Corporate Affairs
Bérengère Vuathier Thalys
Wim Lefebure Whyte Corporate Affairs
Ariane Goossens Whyte Corporate Affairs
About Thalys
  • For over 20 years, Thalys has been bringing the cultures and economies of four European countries closer together. In 2018, Thalys reached the milestone of 7.5 million passengers a year.
  • The journey time of the red high-speed trains from Brussels to Paris is only 1h20, to Cologne 1h47 and to Amsterdam 1h50. 
  • Thalys took the digital lead with Wi-Fi on board Thalys trains from 2008 and the company has distinguished itself from the outset with an exceptional service: multilingual welcome, ergonomic comfort and quality catering.
  • Since December 2017, Thalys passengers have been able to choose between three journey categories. A "Standard" trip starts at €29 (Paris) and €19 (Germany and the Netherlands). "Comfort" offers a first-class coach and "Premium" provides the passenger with a full service package with a meal served at the seat.
  • In 2016, Thalys also launched its low-cost alternative IZY between Brussels and Paris, which offers a mean journey time of 2h30 and 30% cheaper tickets.
  • Thalys was transformed into a fully-fledged railway company in 2015, with SNCB and SNCF as shareholders.

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