Eurostar extension

February 2015
Travel Daily;2/24/2015, p2
Trade Publication
This article reports that Eurostar, the passenger railway service linking Great Britain, France and Belgium, has extended its standard six-month booking horizon until November 16, 2015 so as to provide travel agents booking earlybird airfares with peace-of-mind.


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