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Eurotunnel operates the Channel Tunnel infrastructure and makes available paths to train operators who are licensed to operate cross-channel rail freight services. Since opening in the spring of 1994, the Channel Tunnel - for which Eurotunnel holds the Concession until 2086 - has boosted travel and commerce between the UK and the Continent. Through its subsidiary Europorte 2, Eurotunnel is now able to operate on the rail freight networks in Europe. Please Login (add)
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It's time for me to say goodbye. Karine will be here tomorrow at 12:00 UKT to answer your tweets. If you need any travel updates you can check our page here: http://ow.ly/hJGm50zSzOF Have a great evening and #staysafe ^Julien :yomgui62/instagram
May 31, 2020 5:56 PM
In accordance with the Government's health instructions, we inform you that you must remain in your vehicle during the whole crossing. ^Julien
May 31, 2020 3:03 PM
Hello everyone! It's julien with you until 6 PM today. If you have any question regarding a trip with us, just drop us a tweet and I'll do my best to help :oliviercaenen/Instagram