Swedish train operator SJ has announced plans to refurbish its sleeper carriages and overhaul its booking system following a surge in demand for the long-distance services. Over the last five years, passenger numbers on its Malmö to Stockholm services have increased by 100 per cent. There has also been growth on the Gothenburg-Stockholm-Umeå-Luleå-Kiruna-Narvi route, where passenger numbers have risen by 25 per cent. This trend contrasts the situation across other parts of Europe where ...
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