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Denmark Arriva GoCollective


Since the 16th of April, Arriva Denmark calls itself “GoCollective”, since Arriva Denmark was bought of “Mutares”, a German company which tries to return the company to recognized and undisputed profitable market leaders...

The question now is: Is Interrail still valid at these trains, now operated by GoCollective? Please update your information concerning the valid danish transport operators as Arriva is still named.

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Best answer by Mukhammad 20 June 2024, 16:24

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@Camilo. @Mukhammad I suppose Arriva needs to be changed in the list of participating companies:

https://www.interrail.eu/en/plan-your-trip/tips-and-tricks/trains-europe/railway-companies

https://www.eurail.com/en/plan-your-trip/trip-ideas/trains-europe/useful-train-information/participating-railway-companies

The GoCollective website doesn’t mention Interrail or Eurail anywhere.

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Hi @rvdborgt and @martingntr 

Our communications coordinator has reached out to the carrier. We are handling this as a high priority and I will keep you updated.

Have a nice day!

Yesterday I already chatted with GoCollective, and they say, there is no difference to Arriva, only the name has changed. Interrail- and Eurail-tickets have the same validity like before. But let‘s get checked it by @Camilo. and Interrail themselves.

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Hi @martingntr & @rvdborgt , my apology to come back to this topic just today. We can confirm that the Pass can be used on GoCollective trains (ex-Arriva). Our product team are arranging the information correction on our side. The name change of the company will also be organized in our timetable step by step

Have a nice day! :)

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