We are helping thousands of passengers with half price train tickets

11/04/19

Onboard foodbar

Following Ryanair’s reduction in Edinburgh to London flights, we are offering a 50% discount to keep you moving between the two capitals.

We run 25 trains every week day between Edinburgh and London and are offering you discounted travel to anyone who holds a Ryanair booking confirmation for flights to and from London or Edinburgh.

The discounted fares will be available for bookings of up to nine people. “We know how important it is for people to reach their destination, which is why we’re offering to help Ryanair passengers who want to keep their planned trip on track,” said LNER Commercial Director Suzanne Donnelly.

Benefits of train travel:

  • Delicious hot and cold food served onboard
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • No limits for your liquids 
  • Exceptional views of the east coast countryside 
  • But most importantly arriving straight into the city centre!

If you're booked on a Ryanair flight, between the 15 May to 28 June, you can take advantage of this great 50% discount.  

Train tickets must be booked before 23.59 on 30 April. Find out more about this offer and how to save here.

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