First British Carriers Now Live on S3 Passenger

Easier Access to Green Alternatives for Rail Travellers

With the go-live of RDG, 30 operators from Ireland, the United Kingdom, Belgium, Canada, Italy, and France will use S3 Passenger as their inventory, ticketing, and reservation system for B2C, B2B and/or B2T purposes. This marks an important step towards more standardisation for rail.

As (long-distance) rail is emerging as an increasingly efficient and popular mode of transportation throughout Europe, both operators and travellers benefit from this standardisation as it allows them to sell/buy tickets across wider international networks. By connecting to multiple inventory systems of other carriers, it increases the number of booking options available to both the operator and the traveller.

By making rail travel a more attractive option in terms of usability, services and available destinations, rail transport will evolve as the natural choice for environmentally conscious global citizens.

Sqills is committed to ongoing S3 Passenger innovations in support of rail travellers and TOCs thus stimulating sustainable and environmentally friendly travel.