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On 11 December 2022, the international high speed train services between Barcelona and Lyon and Madrid, Barcelona and Marseille were withdrawn.
On 9 December 2022, SNCF, DWS and CDPQ announced that they have concluded the transaction whereby CPDQ has acquired the entire capital of Akiem.
The first pre-series TGV M arrived at the VUZ test base in Velim on 7 December 2022.
On 9 September 2022, the first TGV M was unveiled at the Aytré (La Rochelle) plant.
On 9 September 2022, Christophe Fanichet (Chairman and CEO of SNCF Voyageurs), Alain Krakovitch (Director of TGV-Intercités), Xavier Ouin (Industrial Director of SNCF Voyageurs) and Jean-Baptiste Eyméoud (President, Alstom France) unveiled the production line of the TGV M trains in Alstom's La Rochelle works, after coupling together the power end cars and passenger cars of the unit 997.
On 18 August 2022, Alstom has received an additional order for 15 Avelia Horizon very high-speed trains from SNCF Voyageurs.
After arriving in the Czech Republic on Sunday 5 June 2022, TGV PSE 16 was put on display the following day at the main station in Praha.
The TGV PSE 16 unit, which will be the subject of presentations and an exhibit at the RAIL BUSINESS DAYS in the coming days, arrived in the Czech Republic on the afternoon of 5 June 2022.
On 17 November 2021, Alstom’s Avelia Horizon very high-speed train received the prestigious German Design Award.
Eurostar had already in 2019 announced a plan to merge with Thalys, but just before the planned finalisation date, this was thwarted by the onset of the coronavirus pandemic; the parties are now revisiting this plan.
The contract for 146 new double-deck EMUs for RATP’s RER B line, has reached the next stage.
ITL Eisenbahngesellschaft (a Captrain Deutschland subsidiary and therefore part of SNCF) is another user of a Type Vectron Dual Mode. On 18 May 2021 it took over 248 008, the first of the two on order.
On 12 May 2021, the first pre-production Coradia Polyvalent France-Germany cross-border train left Alstom Reichshoffen for DB Systemtechnik Minden.
On 7 May 2021, OUIGO ran its first passenger-carrying train between Madrid-Atocha and Barcelona-Sants.