New service will start in June.
Starting in June, Ceske drahy (Czech Railways, CD) will add a new destination on its list of international connections. In cooperation with Deutsche Bahn, Prague, Usti nad Labem and Decin will get a new daily direct connection with Flensburg on the German-Danish border.
The train will depart Prague for the first time on June 12 at 10:25 a.m. and arrive in Flensburg at 7:07 p.m. The scheduled departure from Flensburg is at 8:31 a.m., arriving in Prague at 5:35 p.m., with operation commencing on June 13. The new EC Berliner service will also stop in the northern German cities of Schleswig, Rendsburg, and Neumünster. For this connection, First Minute Europe tickets will be offered at competitive prices.
The train has a restaurant car as well as compartments for passengers with children, passengers in wheelchairs or for transporting bicycles. The air-conditioned train is equipped with on-board Wi-Fi and 230 V power sockets and USB connectors for powering electronics. For most of the route, the train is powered by electricity from 100% renewable sources.