New Record for Eurotunnel: 1 million passengers carried by Eurotunnel Shuttles over Christmas and New Year Business Wire PARIS -- January 8, 2013 Regulatory News: During the period of intense traffic around the school holidays for Christmas and the New Year, Eurotunnel’s Le Shuttle broke its previous volume record. Between Friday 14 December 2012 and Sunday 06 January 2013 a total of almost 200,000 passenger vehicles (including cars, motorcycles, vehicles with trailers, caravans, camper vans and coaches) crossed the Channel (both directions) between Folkestone and Calais using the 35 minute Shuttle service. This is the equivalent to approximately 1 million passengers. This is the highest level of Shuttle traffic, during a comparable period, since 2001. And a second record was broken at the same time: on Sunday 06 January 2013, more than 1000 dogs and cats^1 also used Le Shuttle heading back to the UK, beating the previous record of 926 pets set on 03 January 2012. Eurotunnel’s Le Shuttle is the first choice for pets as they can stay with their owners throughout the crossing. ^1 1100 dogs and cats to be more specific Contact: Groupe Eurotunnel For media enquiries : John Keefe Consultant, + 44 (0) 1303 284491 firstname.lastname@example.org or For investor enquiries: Michael Schuller, +44 (0) 1303 288749 Michael.email@example.com
New Record for Eurotunnel: 1 million passengers carried by Eurotunnel Shuttles over Christmas and New Year
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