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Captain Train acquired

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"Captain Train has been aquired by Trainline
Last week, we announced that we've been acquired by Trainline, our British equivalent. This is a huge achievement and it will bring us one step closer to providing the easiest and simplest product for anyone travelling by train in Europe. Will this change anything? Well, we don't think so and certainly don't hope so. We have our single ambition of selling train tickets, so we'll be continuing on this track!"


"SNCF's second summer sale starts on March 31st
Next Thursday morning, SNCF will be releasing a huge amount of tickets to all of their destinations in France. This sale for the upcoming summer will include tickets for travel between the 1st of July and 28th of August.

The first part of the summer sale started on the 2nd of February and included a handful of destinations in the south of France. So this Thursday morning marks the release of all other remaining destinations and tickets. And if you're not sure whether this sale will also include your tickets, you can find more information here.

As per usual, the cheapest tickets will disperse and evaporate once they've been released into the wild, around six in the morning (French time). If you have an alarm, use it wisely to harvest some big savings. Luckily you've already added all of your fellow passengers to your account, so you'll only have to enter your destinations and you'll be booked in no time."

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