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French rail operator SNCF buys UK booking service Loco2
UK-based rail booking service Loco2 is bought by Voyages SNCF, one of France's largest OTA selling European rail tickets and passes, hotels, attractions and tours and activities.
Tujia turns to Japan market amid homestay boom
Chinese vacation rental operator Tujia is turning to Japan's market for short-term rentals by setting up a Tokyo-based subsidiary, capitalized at JPY 5 million (USD 44,500), according to Japanese news website Nikkei.
Trainline acquires Captain Train, and other European rail startups react
Captain Train, a Parisian operator of an online portal that sells inter-city European rail tickets, has been acquired by Trainline, Britain’s largest digital rail-booking operator for UK train trips.
Relux, a Japanese booking site, nabs $4.5 million in funding
Loco Partners, a Tokyo-based startup that runs Relux, a membership-based accommodation booking site, has secured 500 million yen (or about US$4.5 million) in funding, led by KDDI Open Innovation Fund, one of Japan’s three largest mobile carriers.
GoEuro gets $45M to make long distance trips by public transport as easy as Uber
European travel planner platform GoEuro has today announced a $45 million Series B round, led by Goldman Sachs.
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