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Irish Rail warns of 'extremely high booking levels' with many trains sold out this weekend

Iarnród Éireann is warning of “extremely high booking levels” for this weekend. Irish Rail ...
Michael Staines
Michael Staines

10.31 2 Jul 2021


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Irish Rail warns of 'extremely...

Irish Rail warns of 'extremely high booking levels' with many trains sold out this weekend

Michael Staines
Michael Staines

10.31 2 Jul 2021


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Iarnród Éireann is warning of “extremely high booking levels” for this weekend.

Irish Rail said most trains between Dublin and Galway, Westport and Belfast are already sold out.

Many services from Galway to Limerick are also sold out.

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It warned that trains are also sold on other routes.

Public transport is still operating at 50% capacity due to COVID restrictions.

Passengers are being reminded that they need to pre-book to travel on Intercity trains.

People holding free travel passes and other valid tickets still need to book their place on the train.


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