Sleek AVE (Alta Velocidad Española) high-speed trains race across Spain at speeds of up to 330 km/h (205 mph) along lengths of track covering around 3,000 kilometres (1,864 miles). With a travel time of 2.5 hours, the journey from Madrid to Barcelona, more than 600 km (373 miles) away, is nothing more than a short hop. Madrid's Puerta de Atocha railway station is the central hub for the AVE system and the perfect place to
High-speed rail travel in Spain is something else:
Delays? Virtually eliminated, at 99% on-time departures. At most, there is one every three years. And any AVE passenger arriving just five minutes late at their destination can claim a full refund of their travel costs. Nothing stands in the way of a carefree train journey. Once the stewardesses have handed out the complementary headsets for the on-board music programme, heads turn to gaze out of the window over endless olive groves, as the AVE purrs on its way, passing through La Mancha, the home of Don Quixote. In central Spain, summer temperatures outside can exceed 40° Celsius (104° Fahrenheit),
Designed in stainless steel, 1,150 Travel 300 BL luggage transport trolleys together with drop-off and pick-up points were deployed in spring 2016 for train passengers at 19 stations throughout Spain. The stainless steel design will withstand wind, weather and salty sea air for years to
come. Within two months, Wanzl's Spanish subsidiary delivered the luggage transport trolleys in batches of 20 to 180 to each of the terminals run by ADIF. This included individual numbering, operating instructions and information panels in various languages depending on the region and customer-specific pictograms; some were also fitted with travelator castors.
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