Eurostar has confirmed that despite strike action in France and Belgium today (June 2), all its services will run as normal.
However, due to the strike in Belgium and therefore lack of resources, Eurostar will not be able to operate the intra-Schengen terminal in Brussels. As a result it will not be able to carry any Brussels to Lille passengers with the exception of commuters with a valid reservation and season tickets for train 9153 departing Brussels at 17h56.
Customers that have a connecting journey in Brussels are advised that there will be very limited services beyond Brussels.
Please visit NMBS to keep up to date with the latest details as they are released
Connecting customers wishing to exchange their tickets should contact their original point of sale.
Eurostar has also advised that onward connections within France may be affected by strike action, and customers are encouraged to check onward travel plans with the relevant transport provider as soon as possible.
Please visit SNCF website to keep up to date with the latest details as they are released
Please be aware that there may also be some disruption to RER services in Paris on Thursday 2 June 2016
Please visit the RATP website for more information.