High-speed train operator Thalys will double the number of trains between Brussels and Paris from 13 December, it announced.
Thalys had scrapped a significant part of its offer due to the coronavirus crisis. Among other measures, the company had reduced the number of return trips between Brussels and Paris to two. From mid-December, that will be brought up to four.
The connection between Brussels and Dortmund, Germany, will also be re-established after being interrupted since 2 November.
Meanwhile, trains between Amsterdam and Brussels will still only perform one return trip per day.
Thalys is expecting a 70% drop in turnover for 2020, according to Bx1.
The Brussels Times