Railteam is an effective alliance of high-speed rail operators.
Railteam is not a new, separate entity in itself.
Rather it is an alliance of the following high-speed rail operators:
- DB (Germany)
- SNCF (France)
- Eurostar (UK, France and Belgium)
- NS Hispeed (Netherlands)
- ÖBB (Austria)
- SBB (Switzerland)
- SNCB (Belgium)
All share the same goal: to make rail the first choice for travel across Europe, with seamless, easy connections.
Whatever high-speed train you travel on, be it an ICE, TGV, Eurostar, Thalys, TGV Lyria or Railjet, you'll find that all these operators share a commitment to high standards of comfort, punctuality and reliability.
What to Expect
Railteam information points
At Railteam hubs (Brussels-Midi/Zuid, Lille Europe, Frankfurt, Cologne, Stuttgart) and major stations (Paris Gare du Nord and Amsterdam), you'll find helpful information points to answer any questions or concerns.
The staff on hand all speak at least English in addition to the language/s of the country concerned.
Hop on the next train
If the first leg of your Railteam journey is delayed, causing you to miss a connection, you can board the next train without changing your ticket.
(This is provided the connection takes place in one of the Railteam hubs).
You can get information about your next Railteam connection from the train managers, including departure time and platform.
You can also print station maps off from the Railteam website to help you find your connection.
To discover more, visit www.railteam.eu. You'll find all the information you need, including:
- Travel times
- Details on the Railteam members
- Tips on how best to plan your journey
- An in-depth report on the sustainability of high-speed rail
- Railteam loyalty programmes