By Edwin AartseSince December 2021, a 2nd Nightjet has been operating from the Netherlands towards the East. Nightjet 403 from Amsterdam Central to Zurich HB is the new connection
Despite the fact that the OBB is the operator of the Nightjet network, NS International, together with DB Fernverkehr and the SBB, is responsible for the train.
Nightjet 403 consists of only 5 carriages, 3 Couchettes lying carriages and 2 WLABm Sleeping carriages. Nightjet 403 will travel in combination with the Night IC 60403. In addition to the 5 Nightjet cars, 1 first class and 3 2nd class IC cars from the SBB and 4 second class IC cars from the DB are driving along.
The scenario consists of 10 parts on different routes. In this 10th and also last part we drive on the Aerosof Freiburg to Basel route - route
Today you drive the Nightjet 403 all the way from Frankfurt am Main Hbf to Basel SBB where the train makes a head and the SBB will take the train to Zurich Hb
In this last part, the scenario continues and we pick up the ride for Freiburg. You have already covered quite a bit from Offenburg. Meanwhile, during the ride it is getting light again and the first passenger are already awake and have already had their breakfast. You are approaching Freiburg station. The journey continues from Freiburg. You pass the German-Swiss border and then arrive at Basel-Bad station after a short stop you then leave for Basel - SBB. Here the train makes head again and the colleagues of the SBB will take over the train. The 10-part scenario ends after departure from Basel - Bad.
This is a realistic scenario. The player train and all AI Passenger trains will run according to the real 2022 timetable, which will take effect as of December 2021. Freight train timetables are fictitious.
By BastreinfanIn this scenario you'll drive the RegionalBahn (RB) from Freiburg Hbf to Neuenburg. At station Müllheim a colleague will replace you. This scenario is FULLY based on the 2020 timetable from DB. There are 2 different RWP files included, a Dutch version and an English version. The only difference is the language that scenario messages will be displayed in.