- Apr 18, 2012
- Funster No
- March 2012
The problem is that Ferry Link currently belongs to Euro Tunnel, which means that when the tunnel traffic volume is added to their ferry volumes then Euro Tunnel have a dominant market position.
Ferry Link will be sold and no doubt continue.
DFDS do sail to Calais, just not as regular a service as P&O or MyFerryLink....I hope so otherwise it will be the tunnel for us. When Sea France collapsed I sail on P&O and swore never to repeat the trip. DFDS don't sail to Calais (my preferred port).
Following this Post (Quote) I e-mailed Direct Ferrys who have replied stating MyFerryLink will continue to take bookings for this year if there is any change all customers will be notified.I booked a return Crossing from Calais end May returning mid June via Direct Ferrys where do I stand ? do these companies allow you to change your booking? or is Non Refundable exactly that and if they stop i loose out?
Eurotunnel forced to sell myferrylink by the Competition Commission. Fair enough I suppose, you can kind of see where they are coming from.
In the news today, its been sold to....
Can someone please explain to a thicky like me how that either increases or improves competition?