A CANADIAN consortium has won the right to operate the 68-mile London to Folkestone High Speed 1 Channel Tunnel rail link - on which Eurostar trains can travel at 186mph.
A RECORD number of passenger vehicles were carried through the Channel Tunnel during August, driving strong growth in revenues at Eurotunnel in the last quarter.
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DELAYED insurance payouts from a major blaze in the Channel Tunnel two years ago could keep the company that runs shuttle trains though it in the red this year.
PROFITS at Channel Tunnel operator Eurotunnel collapsed last year after it was hit by a fire and bad weather.
A Eurostar train was delayed in the Channel Tunnel today, just weeks after thousands of passengers were stranded after a number of trains broke down inside the cross-country link.
Channel Tunnel high-speed train company Eurostar today reported a 6% dip in passengers in the first part of this year.
MORE than 20 years after its flotation, Eurotunnel, which manages the train lines under the English Channel, is set to pay its maiden dividend.
THE complete reopening of the Channel Tunnel after last month's serious fire is scheduled for mid-February next year.
THE Channel Tunnel was to reopen today after a 16-hour fire raged inside the rail link between Britain and France.
THE fire in the Channel Tunnel has been put out after burning for more than 16 hours, French police said today.
THOUSANDS of people were stranded last night after a fire raged in the Channel Tunnel, severing all rail services between Britain and France.
A fire on a freight train forced the closure of the undersea Channel Tunnel on Thursday, halting all rail traffic, including passenger services, between Britain and continental Europe, the tunnel operator said.
EUROSTAR set another rail record yesterday, travelling from Brussels to London in one hour and 43 minutes.
EUROSTAR yesterday predicted the number of Scottish passengers using its trains would triple over the next five years but admitted measures to attract more foreign rail passengers to Scotland had yet to be devised.
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EUROTUNNEL services are expected to return to normal today after a power cut left up to 500 passengers stranded in the Channel Tunnel.
EUROTUNNEL claims to have won the battle for environmentally conscious cross-Channel travellers after seeing passenger numbers rise to nearly a million since the start of the year.
EUROTUNNEL'S new shares have lost half their value this week, prompting fears that the arduous and painful restructuring of its enormous debts has been a failure.
NEWLY issued shares in Channel tunnel rail operator Groupe Eurotunnel (GET) have fallen by more than 40 per cent on their first day of trading in Paris. Existing Eurotunnel shares were swapped for shares in the newly created Groupe Eurotunnel after the firm agreed a deal with its creditors to cut its debt. But analysts set a target price for the new GET shares well below the level at which they were issued.
THOUSANDS of Scottish rugby fans missed the national team's final Six Nations game in Paris yesterday after Eurostar cancelled services to the continent.