After train services were canceled due to a strike by controllers in France, the official railway company SNCF announced that passengers whose tickets were canceled would be refunded twice the ticket price.
According to Le Figaro news, SNCF President Christophe Vanichette has announced that passengers who will not fly and whose tickets will be cancelled, will be given a 200 percent refund.
Fenecht said the strike had cost the company “tens of millions of euros”.
Noting that SNCF would apologize to the passengers, Vanichette said, “Going on strike over the Christmas holiday period is really unacceptable, I’m outraged.” Use the phrase.
It has been announced that 1 in 3 train trips scheduled for Friday 23 December will be canceled due to the strike of the train controllers in France.
He stated that nearly 200,000 of the 800,000 people expected to travel by train at the weekend would not be able to travel.
Train controllers are calling for higher salaries and an equivalent status for drivers.
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