More bad news for the English Channel tunnel and its shareholders. On Apr. 1, Eurotunnel Group Chairman Alastair Morton said the link wouldn't open for passenger traffic in time for the peak tourist season. Some tickets had already been sold for crossings, which were expected to begin in early summer. Now, operations won't start before September at the earliest, because of problems testing the trains.
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