Amtrak Taps Wandrian for Global Sales Distribution

Amtrak and Wandrian have announced a global sales agreement that allows Amtrak's U.S. travel passes and tickets to be distributed worldwide through Wandrian's Rail Global Distribution System. The agreement will enable Amtrak to reach millions of Wandrian's retail and business-to-business customers in 40 key tourism countries, including the U.K., Australia, Korea, Japan and China. Amtrak's USA Rail Passes provide international travelers with several options in terms of the number of travel days available and all offer unlimited stopovers along the way. The Amtrak National, East and West Passes are available for 15 or 30 days of travel, while The Northeast Rail Pass may be purchased for 5 or 15 days of travel. Amtrak's US Rail Passes and Tickets are available at RailKey outlets effective immediately. RailKey is Wandrian's global distribution engine, which powers the Internet sales of rail passes and tickets. RailKey enables the trade and consumers to quickly and easily navigate to the best options for every market, destination, and itinerary. There are 1,500 RailKey retail outlets worldwide in more than 40 countries and representing millions of customers.

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