The Astoro fleet is used for international services on the north-south axis (Germany–Switzerland–Italy).

Train characteristics.

  • Train category: EC
  • Number of trains: 19
  • Seats: 430/unit
  • Low-floor entry: No

Operation routes.

The 2D detailed map of Switzerland shows the operation routes for the ETR 610. The ETR 610 fleet operates in international traffic from Basel SBB or Zurich main station to Milan via Gotthard. A second operation route also runs from Basel SBB to Milan via Bern, Brig and Domodossola. In addition, ETR 610 trains operate from Geneva to Milan via Brig and Domodossola. These trains now also run from Zurich via St. Margrethen to Munich.

Service zones.

  • Restaurant
  • Family zone
  • Sockets (Swiss + Int.)
  • Mobile signal amplifier
  • WLAN
  • Electronic seat reservation indicator
  • Priority seats for passengers with reduced mobility
  • Wheelchair-accessible toilet
  • Baby-changing table
  • Cycle storage spaces
  • Pram storage spaces
  • Luggage storage space

Exterior views.

Interior views.

  • ETR 610: Interior view of 2nd class with dark blue seats.
  • ETR 610: Interior view of 1st class with blue-striped seats.

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