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Serbian Railways to introduce Stadler Flirt emus into service next month

Serbian Railways (ŽS) announced that Stadler Flirt emus will enter service starting with next month. The first 13 units of the 21 four-car Flirt emus  will be used on all the main electrified lines and on suburban and regional services (Belgrade–Šid, Belgrade–Novi Sad–Subotica, Belgrade–Niš, Niš–Preševo, Belgrade–Kraljevo and Belgrade–Užice–Prijepolje Teretna).

The remaining eight trains are due to be delivered to ŽS by end of August 2015.

The 25kV 50 Hz vehicles have a maximum speed of 160km/h and can seat 234 passengers, 14 of them in tip-up seats and 12 in first class accommodation.

ŽS and Stadler signed a EUR 99 million contract for 21 four-car Flirt emus in 2013.

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