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Trenitalia Begins Uploading Post December 8, 2012 Schedules

Trenitalia announces today that it has begun the process of uploading new train schedules for trains departing on and after December 9, 2012.

Schedules for 112 Frecciarossa, Frecciargento and Frecciabianca trains have already been uploaded, equivalent to 29% of the total offerings. The remainder will be uploaded in stages over the next few weeks.

Once uploaded to the Trenitalia website, seats for the RESERVABLE trains are usually bookable up to 120 days in advance. Electronic, web-based bookings are becoming more popular for the reservable trains, especially for people desirous of finding deeply discounted "SUPER ECONOMY" fares (which are nonrefundable and nonchangeable).

Seats on the "regionale" trains cannot be reserved (and most people purchase traditional paper tickets for these trains at train stations in Italy). There are no discounted fares for the "regionale" trains, apart from the Child's discount.

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