Rail wins over flight

August 2015
Travel Daily;8/10/2015, p5
Trade Publication
The article mentions the trains as the most comfortable and convenient way to travel through Europe with benefits including value for money, efficiency, environmental friendliness over flights according to a Rail Europe survey.


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