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Electronic Tickets Operate On Russia-Belarus Trains
28.02.2013 10:54
Electronic Tickets Operate On Russia-Belarus Trains

No paper ticket is now required to board a train running between Russia and Belarus - e-tickets are there to stay.

      The passenger will still have to print out a boarding pass, but otherwise an electronic registration will be available for passengers travelling between two countries as of March 5. Should a passenger not wish to get e-registered on the train, they may still obtain a regular paper ticket issued from the operator or the ticket machine. 


Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian tourism Russian transport Russian Railways Russia-Belarus  

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