RegioJet trains to Croatia carry over 100,000 passengers
RegioJet reported a 12% increase in passenger numbers across its network for the summer season.
During the summer season, RegioJet exceeded its target of carrying at least 100,000 passengers on its trains between the Czech Republic and Croatia. This surpassed last year’s record when 98,000 passengers traveled to the Adriatic Sea on RegioJet trains. This was announced by the carrier in a report on the results of the summer season. The exact number of passengers was not disclosed.
RegioJet changed the route this year, the trains no longer went via Budapest. Despite the change, there were frequent problems such as delays or trains that only went as far as Ogulin with passengers having to continue to the seaside by buses.
For the entire summer season from June to September, RegioJet reported 3.8 million passengers on its trains and buses, up by 12% from the previous year. International routes grew the most, by a third for trains and 50% for buses. According to RegioJet, the number of passengers carried on buses returned to pre-Covid levels.
Edited and translated by Lucie Trávníčková