Just five months after its inauguration, NTV, the passenger rail company and innovative high-velocity project of Ferrari chairman Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, has already shown a profit, registering a 41% increase in passenger numbers (+272,212 passengers in September alone) and 839 trains boasting a 97% prompt arrival time.
Outstanding services (including direct SKY Sat TV, free WI-FI access in all areas, Frau luxury leather seats, top-class Eataly food and a cinema carriage), a low environmental impact and competitive prices are offered by NTV’s Italo trains which, since April of this year, have carried more than 900.000 passengers.
Italo’s high-velocity service operates between Milan and Naples with stopovers in Bologna, Florence and Rome. At each station where the train stops, passengers will find Casa Italo, a service centre where customers can purchase tickets, ask for information and receive assistance.
From tomorrow, 3 October, the new Venice-Rome link will become operative with stopovers in Mestre and Padua. The line will then reconnect with the Bologna-Florence- Rome route. Ticket prices are affordable and accessible to all consumers: a trip from Venice to Rome in Promo costs just 35 euros.
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