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With ÖBB to the FIS Alpine Women's Ski World Cup at Arlberg

With ÖBB to the FIS Alpine Women's Ski World Cup at Arlberg
photo: Posch / ÖBB/With ÖBB to the FIS Alpine Women's Ski World Cup at Arlberg
10 / 01 / 2023

ÖBB, together with the Austrian Ski Federation, is offering a total of 4,200 additional seats on special trains from Tyrol and Vorarlberg for travel to the Arlberg-Kandahar women's races on 14 and 15 January 2023. On these trains, tickets to the race also count as tickets.

The Arlberg Kandahar Races in St. Anton am Arlberg are undoubtedly one of the highlights of the year in the Alpine ski racing calendar. As Austria's largest mobility service provider, ÖBB stands for experience and reliability at major (sporting) events. So what could be more obvious than to join forces with the ÖSV to provide fans with convenient and sustainable travel to and from this year's AUDI FIS Women's Ski World Cup on 14 and 15 January 2023 in St. Anton am Arlberg? To ensure there is enough stamina to keep their fingers crossed for the speed ladies, fans can travel to the races comfortably and relax by train. For this purpose, ÖBB will provide additional trains between Innsbruck and Bregenz, and St. Anton am Arlberg on Saturday and Sunday, in which the tickets for the races will also be valid as tickets.

From Innsbruck and Bregenz in one train to the race in St. Anton am Arlberg

The journey to the legendary women's World Cup races on the Karl Schranz race course on the Arlberg can be made comfortably and directly from the east and west. Special trains take fans to St. Anton am Arlberg from Innsbruck and Bregenz. From the modern railway station in the centre of the village, it is only a short walk to the finish area. "Especially in Tyrol, ÖBB has proven for many years that we are a reliable partner for major events. I am therefore particularly pleased that we are also able to contribute to a successful race weekend for the women's Kandahar competitions in St. Anton am Arlberg," says Sabine Stock, Member of the Board of ÖBB-Personenverkehr AG.

"We are delighted that the ÖBB Race&Rail service will once again enable our ski fans to travel to the Arlberg Kandahar Races comfortably and, above all, without stress, and that so many skiing enthusiasts will be able to join in the excitement of the top female athletes on site," adds Peter Mall, General Secretary of the Arlberg Kandahar Races.

Special trains on 14/15 January 2023:

Saturday, 14 January  

  • 07:44 from Bregenz Bf. - 09:38 to St. Anton am Arlberg
  • 07:59 from Innsbruck main station - 09:48 to St. Anton am Arlberg
  • 08:14 from Bregenz main station - 10:16 to St. Anton am Arlberg 
  • 15:45 from St. Anton am Arlberg - 17:44 to Bregenz Bf.                                              
  • 16:10 from St. Anton am Arlberg - 18:01 to Innsbruck Hbf.
  • 19:45 from St. Anton am Arlberg - 21:44 to Bregenz Bf.
  • 20:30 from St. Anton am Arlberg - 22:06 to Innsbruck Hbf.

Sunday, 15 January  

  • 07:59 from Innsbruck main station - 09:48 to St. Anton am Arlberg
  • 08:14 from Bregenz main station - 10:16 to St. Anton am Arlberg
  • 14:45 from St. Anton am Arlberg - 16:44 from Bregenz Bf.
  • 15:10 from St. Anton am Arlberg - 17:01 to Innsbruck Hbf.

For the special trains, some existing scheduled connections from Landeck and Bludenz to St. Anton am Arlberg will be extended and reinforced with additional trains. In addition, there will also be completely new additional trains. In total, ÖBB will offer 4,200 additional seats in five additional trains from the Tyrolean side and six additional trains from the Vorarlberg side on the race weekend.

Source: ÖBB Press Releases

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