As of next week, four rail connections (return) will be provided each day between Brussels and London instead of the current two, the high-speed train company said.
Of the two trains connecting the two capitals will also run to Amsterdam. The number of London-Paris connections increases from 5 to 7, and even climbs to 9 at weekends.
This increase in frequency comes as several countries begin to lift restrictions linked to the health crisis. Foreigners are no longer required to carry out a corona test on the second day of their stay in the United Kingdom.