has signed a new agreement with Key Travel to extend the partnership for a further four years.

Key Travel, which specialises in the humanitarian, education and faith sectors, said since working with Thetrainline its rail business has grown 129 per cent over a five-year period.

The travel management company added that its average transaction price has decreased by 5 per cent since 2012, against rail inflation averaging around 4 per cent over the same time period.

Ian Cairns, B2B sales director at said: “The current contract has seen and Key Travel’s management team work closely together to deliver excellent customer service and implementation of our expert tools to our mutual clients.

“This has seen both businesses grow over the past term and together we look forward to seeing this trend continue.” recently announced a pilot scheme of its mobile ticketing service allowing the purchase of train tickets via its app, which is then available to download to the user’s phone.

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