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First train of €267 mln Flirt order put into service

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The passenger unit of Hungarian State Railways MÁV and regional railway GYSEV launched the service of the first of 48 Flirt multiple units from Swiss rolling stock maker Stadler, Hungarian news agency MTI reported today.

The train is part of a €267 mln order from Stadler including 42 trains for MÁV, with an additional six for GYSEV, which is owned by the states of Hungary and Austria. The last train of the order is scheduled to be delivered by fall 2015.

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