Shaping the future of multimodal transport in Europe
Multimodal travel offers a better and more efficient travel experience. Imagine having one ticket for your trip from your home in Amsterdam on the subway to Schipol, your flight to Madrid and your bus to Salamanca
Long-distance travel rarely involves simply taking a flight and arriving at a destination. Chances are that a traveller journey involves not only airlines but also rail, taxis or even bus connections which can make organising and purchasing door-to-door multimodal trips a disconnected experience for travellers. Amadeus is asking the questions that matter and working with travel players and the European Union to work towards the implementation of a multimodal transport system or “EU multimodal corridors” for passengers that can help facilitate a more seamless experience for travellers. Learn more about it via our video.