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Austrian train company denies plans for overnight Vienna–Malmö route

ÖBB currently operates 26 night train routes. Photo: ÖBB

Published: 25.Apr.2019 11:17 hrs

The Austrian train company ÖBB has denied reports that it is considering extending its Vienna-Hamburg night train route on to Malmö, telling The Local that the roughly 17-hour journey would be too long.

"If you were to extend this train further north, the timing would not work at all, because the train has to start much too early," explained ÖBB press spokesman Bernhard Rieder. 
Read full article on The Local

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