Eurostar is to increase its services between London and Paris from January 24 following the relaxation of restrictions by the French government for UK travellers visiting France.
The move by the cross-channel train service has added one extra service in the week and two services on Fridays and Sundays in an amendment to its current timetable.
It follows the end of the need for “compelling reasons” and isolation on arrival. The need for a negative Covid test, conducted 24 hours before arrival in France remains in the place.
Eurostar said: “We welcome the safe reduction of travel restrictions which will allow our customers to travel more freely between the UK and France. We are ready to welcome more passengers on board and will continue to increase the frequency of our services in the coming weeks to offer passengers more flexibility and choice.”
The company said it will continue to “monitor government changes” and hopes to increase more services in future.