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SNCB/F on strike

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Good news, Belgium and France are coordinating themselves for the next strike.

Dear Sir or Madam,

We inform you that SNCB plans a strike on October 8 and 9 of 2015 and, SNCF plans a strike from October 7 to October 9 2015.

Regarding SNCB, strike will run from October 8, 10PM to October 9, 10PM of 2015.
Thalys recommends travelers to postpone their journeys.

Regarding SNCF, strike will run from October 7, 7PM to October 9, 8AM of 2015.
We recommend travelers to check their travel schedules on Infolignes SNCF website before going to the station.

For any changes to your travel itinerary, you can contact your BCD Travel counsultants.

Sincerely,

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