SNCF’s joint subsidiary with Expedia has rebranded the French railway’s B2B site, and the B2C site in Europe will be rebranded, too, around the end of 2013.
Mark Smith, founder of rail traveler’s bible, The Man in Seat 61, says he spends his life railing at SNCF’s Machiavellian approach to international distribution.
SNCF, the French Railway, says it may dump Rail Europe, SNCF’s marketing brand, while plotting moves in the online distribution of train tickets for inter-city routes in Europe.
Loco2 now offers tickets from both SNCF and Deutsche Bahn, the two largest rail operators in the EU, to UK travelers.
Aiming to be the Expedia of European train travel, Capitaine Train is the first booking site to distribute all of the offers of the two major railway companies in Europe: SNCF and Deutsche Bahn.
Leading online travel pair, Voyages-SNCF and ViaMichelin, are continuing to have stranglehold on their respective markets in France.
Brief residence at the top of the league of leading travel websites in France for SeLoger Vacances after it lost half its share of online traffic last week.
SeLoger Vacances has seen its massive lead over its rivals in the list of leading travel sites in France slashed dramatically.
Curious goings on in France last week after SeLoger Vacances emerged from relative obscurity to become the most popular agency website in the country.
EasyVoyage has returned to take the leading positions in both the agency and destination categories in the list of leading travel websites in France.