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SNCF: TGV inOui and Intercités travelers now limited to two bags

2024-02-21T15:31:12.057Z

Highlights: SNCF: TGV inOui and Intercités travelers now limited to two bags. After September 15, non-compliance with these new rules will result in a fine of 50 euros. Large objects such as a stroller, musical instrument, skis or even a snowboard do not count as baggage. Although the rule has been in effect since February 15, a tolerance policy will apply until September 15. The SNCF appoints a “Mr. Baggage” to face the scourge of forgotten suitcases.


Since February 15, the SNCF has been regulating the number of bags allowed on board the inOui and Intercités TGVs.


Be careful if you travel this year on a medium and long distance SNCF train.

Since February 15, TGV inOui and Intercités passengers are now limited to two bags per person.

This news spotted by Le Figaro was communicated on the SNCF travelers website.

Users are now entitled to a first piece of baggage “with maximum dimensions of 70 x 90 x 50 cm (suitcase, large backpack, hiking bag, sports bag) and labeled hand luggage with maximum dimensions of 40 x 30 x 15 cm (backpack, shopping bag, computer bag),” indicates the SNCF.

No verbalization until September 15

Large objects such as a stroller, musical instrument, skis or even a snowboard do not count as baggage.

Passengers who travel with this type of object are therefore entitled to “one large baggage and one hand baggage”, underlines the SNCF.

Read alsoThe SNCF appoints a “Mr. Baggage” to face the scourge of forgotten suitcases, the leading cause of train delays

Although the rule has been in effect since February 15, a tolerance policy will apply until September 15.

In other words, the SNCF will not issue a fine during this period.

After September 15, non-compliance with these new rules will result in a fine of 50 euros.

Source: leparis

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