Leo Express trains delivered

Five Leo Express trains were delivered in the Czech Republic.


At the 5 February2012, the Swiss Stadler, in the ceremony held at the Bussnang factory Leo Express delivered their trains. Leo Express, originally known as Rapid Express, was also supported by Aakon, founded in 2010. Leo Express's opponent is RegioJet (RG 10.11 p50). Five sets of trains were ordered in 2010 in September and are manufactured at Stadler in Siedlce, Poland, using aluminum extrusion from Szolnok in Hungary.

Trains are designed to run at 160 km / h and Stadler will be responsible for maintenance.

Air-conditioned vehicles will have an 212 seat provided by the Economy (19), Business (6) and Premium (237) classes. Trains equipped with free wi-fi and large luggage space and three vacuumed toilets (one for the disabled).



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