Eurostar Move Helps Lift Sales 25%

The rail company credits its new St. Pancras terminal and the increased speed of its trains for the jump in ticket sales from January to March of this year

Five months ago, Eurostar executives were toasting the rail operator's successful move from Waterloo to St Pancras at the elegant champagne bar in its new terminal. They no doubt broke out the bubbly again yesterday after reporting record passenger numbers and revenues for the first three months of the year—as customers flock to the high-speed cross-Channel service which promotes itself as the eco-friendly transport of choice.

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