Route of the month

McWhirter, Alex
May 2012
Business Traveller (UK/Europe Edition);May2012, p19
The article offers suggestions to business travelers on how to navigate the London, England-Paris, France route. It suggests taking the Eurostar from central London to downtown Paris. However, travellers coming from Essex, Hampshire and Berkshire are advised to take a plane where and, depending on their destination in Paris, can either choose between Charles de Gaulle in the north or Orly in the south of Paris. Information on Eurostar rail routes and fares as well as airline fares is provided.


Related Articles

  • Wi-Fi and boarding changes on the way.  // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;4/1/2011, Issue 2953, p9 

    The article reports on the enhancement of service by Eurostar for business travellers, which will enable traveler with Business Premier ticket to be guaranteed with boarding by May 2011, new Business Premier menu starting April 14, 2011, and Wi-Fi access on trains by 2012.

  • EUROSTAR SEES RISE IN CORPORATE TRAVELLERS.  // Buying Business Travel;Sep/Oct2013, Issue 64, p12 

    The article focuses on increase in business travel bookings in the Express train Eurostar in the first half of 2013 with rise in sales revenue and number of corporate passengers.

  • Get there early with Eurostar.  // Travel Weekly (UK);7/27/2007, p13 

    The article reports on the new Eurostar train schedules being introduced where services move from Waterloo station to Saint Pancras allowing business travelers to reach the centers of Paris, France and Brussels, Belgium. A transitional timetable will run for the weeks between November 14 to...

  • editor's letter. Coulter, Adam // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;9/21/2007 TTG Business, p5 

    The article discusses various updates in the field of travel trade in Europe. The inauguration of Eurostar's Paris to Saint Pancras has made a record-breaking journey of 2 hour 3 minutes and 39 seconds and will be officially open on November 14, 2007. British airports continue to be criticized...

  • www.businesstraveller.com.  // Business Traveller (UK/Europe Edition);Nov2011, p26 

    The article presents several blogs related to the travel industry. One blog offers tips on business travel including packing wrinkle-free clothes and carrying all important documents, medicines and a pair of change clothes in a hand carry bag. Another traveler recommends using the Eurostar train...

  • SNAPSHOT. McWhirter, Alex // Business Traveller (UK/Europe Edition);Jun2013, p80 

    The article describes how the debut of Eurostar rail services in the Channel Tunnel in November 1994 transformed the travel experience between the Europoean cities of London, Paris, and Brussels. It notes that Eurostar cut the journey time by three hours and become the preferred option for going...

  • EUROSTAR. Parsons, Matthew // Buying Business Travel;Sep/Oct2019, Issue 100, p140 

    The article offers information on Eurostar, an international high-speed railway service connecting Great Britain with Amsterdam, Netherlands. It mentions about the business lounge of the Eurostar that offers complimentary drinks, pastries and snacks, and a great selection of newspapers and...

  • Eurostar push targets business travellers.  // New Media Age;10/6/2005, p3 

    This article reports on the online advertising campaign launched by Eurostar for its Business Premier service targeted for business travellers. Online banners by digital agency Glue attempt to persuade customers that using the train is easier and smoother than travelling by plane. Creatives...

  • Eurostar targets SME market.  // Business Travel World;Jul2003, p8 

    Focuses on the effort of high-speed rail operator Eurostar to win market share in the small and medium enterprise sector. Rationale for focusing on lower volume rebates and speedier connections; Design executed by designer Philippe Starck; Message conveyed by the moves to business travelers.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics