This is an edited copy of my original post published on Tnooz. Following the move of many other travel players, Eurostar has released mobile apps for Android and iOS devices. [Android app | iOS app] Pros nice user experience faster interaction mobile boarding passes officially usable! Cons relies too much on network connectivity no … Continue reading
Here it is, Eursotar’s new logo in a full size 3D sculpture at London St Pancras. The perception of a fast train crossing a tunnel is very strong when seeing the sculpture from the side. I have to agree that the printed logo loses much of its pathos and reminds more of a Christmas ribbon … Continue reading
Reproduction of my original post on Tnooz: Eurostar gets new website, apps and controversial logo. Eurostar has started the deployment of a new visual identity, due to be rolled out across all products including, obviously, the trains.
It’s coming! It’s coming! The news is out – lots of things announced yesterday but the big one that lots of people have been expecting for a long time is finally announced: wifi onboard Eurostar trains!
Following the December 09 Eurostar/Eurotunnel accidents, the independent commission has finally released the “Eurostar Independent Review” (what a funny title, isn’t it?). This is a 90 pages PDF document. It’s also published in French as “L’enquête indépendante Eurostar” (PDF). I haven’t read it in full yet.
Eurostar announced last week the appointement of Italian designer Pininfarina to redo all interior and exterior train designs. This is great news for a number of reasons: the existing Eurostar trains date back from 1994… and start looking oldish. Especially the interiors are worn out as we noted in this post about the quality of … Continue reading