The majority of the trains are now in passenger service on the Greater Anglia network, with the last 11 trains currently undergoing final testing.
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As a privately-owned open access operator in Austria, WESTbahn must ensure its rolling stock asset is always operational. Erich Forster, WESTbahn’s CEO, outlines what it takes to maintain their fleet, including the four pillars of maintenance activities it adheres to.
Deutsche Bahn's new trains, provided by Stadler, will operate on the Rostock–Berlin–Dresden intercity line as of 8 March 2020.
Stadler US Inc. won the 15-year service contract to maintain both FLIRT vehicles and the EMF from Dallas Area Rapid Transit.
The €313 million contract is MÁV-START's third order for double-deck KISS units from Stadler, following two contracts in 2017 and 2018.
Stadler will provide 10 five-car FLIRT trains to Azerbaijan Railways (ADY), valued at €115 million, and is the first order for FLIRT from the rail transport operator.
The new €300 million contract includes the construction of 15 KISS trains and complete maintenance to ensure high availability.
The Stadler trains will have ergonomic seats, modern toilets and an efficient air-conditioning system, all hoped to increase the passenger experience.
The first of Greater Anglia’s brand-new Stadler FLIRT trains has entered passenger service; the trains are more reliable and have better passenger facilities.
First KISS trains for MÁV has been ceremonially rolled out and will begin the necessary tests required for commercial operation.
Stadler is set to supply 55 battery-operated FLIRT trains to the Schleswig-Holstein local transport association, the first call for green technology tenders in Germany.
The British railway regulatory authority has granted Stadler approval for the four-car bimodal FLIRT train for the use of Greater Anglia.
A further 16 FLIRT trains have been commissioned on the Bremen/Lower Saxony regional S-Bahn network.