Service alteration details

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Find out details about how services are running and be informed on any disruption on your journey.

Revised timetable for Eurostar services

Incident created
19/03/2020 16:13
Last updated
10/07/2020 07:11
Route affected

Between London St Pancras International and Paris Gare du Nord / Brussels Midi

TOC(s) affected

Due to a reduction in demand and current restrictions on travelling around Europe in light of coronavirus, Eurostar are running a significantly reduced service.

The UK government are asking people to avoid public transport if at all possible, to help maintain social distancing and keep the railway for those who need it most.

How is this affecting the train service?

Eurostar are running a reduced timetable between London St Pancras International and Paris / Brussels and also between London St Pancras and Rotterdam / Amsterdam only. Services to Lille will resume from 17 July and to Marne La Valee from 2 August.. Ashford International and Ebbsfleet International stations are also closed for Eurostar services.

Please wear a face mask when travelling with Eurostar

Passengers must wear a face mask or face covering at Eurostar stations and on board Eurostar trains in line with guidelines announced by the UK, French and Belgian governments. Please ensure you have a mask with you when you travel. Any type of mask is suitable as long as it effectively covers your nose and mouth.

If you don’t have a mask you may be refused travel on Eurostar services. Fines may be imposed in the UK, France and Belgium if you’re not wearing a mask. Please note that children under the age of 11 are not required to wear a mask in France and the UK. In Belgium children under the age of 12 years do not have to wear a mask.

Where can I find more information?

Essential travel information can be found on the Eurostar website here.

More details, including FAQs and refund information can also be found on the National Rail Enquiries Coronavirus page.

For the latest Coronavirus guidance from the NHS, go to

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