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1 mln use MÁV-Volán online platforms

Transport

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More than 1 million people have already registered for the MÁV-Volán Group's online ticketing systems, the MÁV application (which includes train and bus offers), and the ELVIRA interface, according to profitline.hu.

Almost a third of passengers redeemed their tickets last year via the new ELVIRA interface or the MÁV application.

The group added that in 2021, its passengers bought more than 15 million products through the application, worth more than HUF 8 billion.

Some 64.4% of the products purchased were tickets, and more than 58,000 passes were purchased.

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