Are European sleeping trains doomed?

European Parliament report highlights decline of overnight trains; says Austria and Eastern Europe retain the most
BERLIN — The number of passenger night trains offering sleeping accommodation operated within Europe has declined rapidly since 2010. Low-cost airlines and faster day trains are credited with taking passengers from traditional overnight service...
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