Updated – 08:40 Tuesday November 17th
All domestic and international services are operating normally.
French borders are open with increased border checks. Please allow for additional time for international trains.
All services are running as per normal and security has been increased in stations and on trains.
Any passengers who were unable to travel over the weekend or who have a trip taking place before the 19th of November (and do not wish to travel), are eligible for a refund from SNCF. Please get in touch with us and we will take care of this for you.
All trains are running to all destinations, with increased security measures.
Thalys will be operating a normal service today.
— Thalys (@thalys_en) 14 Novembre 2015
Thalys tickets to and from Paris for trips taking place before the 17th of Nov. can be refunded by Captain Train. Please contact us by email. Trips taking place before the 22nd of Nov. can be exchanged directly by calling the following number: +33 8 92 35 35 35
All services running normally. Eurostar advises all customers to allow 60 minutes for check-in and to regularly check eurostar.com. Tickets can be exchanged for free (within 60 days) if you are travelling today, by contacting Eurostar directly at 03432 186186 (UK). No refunds are possible.
For those who no longer wish to travel on 14/11 please call us for a free exchange we’re open 9am-5pm (GMT) over the weekend 03432 186186. — Eurostar (@Eurostar) 14 Novembre 2015
iDTGV, OUIBUS & OUIGO
All trains running. No refunds are currently planned.
@anel865 The train traffic will be ok and ride to Germany. /mi
— DB Bahn (@DB_Bahn) 14 Novembre 2015
Trips to and from Paris taking place before November 21st are refundable without fees. Please contact DB directly at +49 (0)1806 101 111 or by email at email@example.com. Do not cancel your DB tickets on our website.
Disneyland Paris is closed today in solidarity with the victims.
For more information on the traffic status of the Parisian metro, bus and local trains, please see the RATP’s website.
Emergency number for tourists: +33 1 45 50 34 60
— Paris (@Paris) 14 Novembre 2015
Our thoughts are with the families and friends of the victims.