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  • FLEXITY 2 – Basel, SwitzerlandSwitzerlandBasel
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  • FLEXITY 2 – Ghent and Antwerp, BelgiumBelgiumGhent, Antwerp
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  • ICN Tilting Train - SwitzerlandSwitzerland
  • INNOVIA APM 100 – Barajas International Airport, Madrid, SpainSpainMadrid
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  • INNOVIA APM 100 – London Gatwick Airport, UKUnited KingdomLondon
  • INNOVIA APM 200 – London Heathrow Airport, UKUnited KingdomLondon
  • INNOVIA APM 300 – Munich, GermanyGermanyMunich
  • INTEFLO 200 - Milan Junction, ItalyItaly
  • INTERFLO 150 - Linkoping-Vastervik, SwedenSweden
  • INTERFLO 200 & 250 - Oresund Link - Sweden, DenmarkSweden, Denmark
  • INTERFLO 200 - Albacete–La Encina, SpainSpain
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  • INTERFLO 200 - East – West Corridor, LatviaLatvia
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  • INTERFLO 200 - Szymankowo - Pruszcz Gdanski, PolandPoland
  • INTERFLO 200 - Warszawa - Skierniewice, PolandPoland
  • INTERFLO 200 - Wroclaw - Rawicz, PolandPoland
  • INTERFLO 200 Oresundsbanan total signalling - SwedenSweden
  • INTERFLO 250 ERTMS Level 1 - Villar de Chinchilla, SpainSpain
  • INTERFLO 450 & 250 - Trafikverket, SwedenSweden
  • INTERFLO 450 - Amsterdam-Utrecht, NetherlandsNetherlands
  • INTERFLO 450 - Botniabanan, SwedenSweden
  • INTERFLO 450 - Jernbaneverket, NorwayNorway
  • INTERFLO 450 ERTMS Level 2 - Botniabanan, SwedenSweden
  • INTERFLO 50 - SNCB/NMBS, BelgiumBelgium
  • INTERFLO 50 - Voestalpine/ LogServ/ CargoServ, AustriaAustriaVienna
  • INTERFLO 550 Regional passenger line operation - SwedenSweden
  • IORE - Sweden, Norway Norway, Sweden
  • ITINO Diesel Multiple Unit Germany, Sweden
  • Lötschberger RegioExpress - SwitzerlandSwitzerland
  • Light Rail System – Nottingham, UKUnited KingdomNottingham
  • Low-floor tram ­­Cobra - Zurich, SwitzerlandSwitzerlandZurich
  • MOVIA C30 Metro – Stockholm, SwedenSwedenStockholm
  • MOVIA Metro – Bucharest, RomaniaRomaniaBucharest
  • MOVIA metro – London, United KingdomUnited KingdomLondon
  • Metro – Helsinki, FinlandFinlandHelsinki
  • Metro – London, United KingdomUnited KingdomLondon
  • Metro C20 – Stockholm, SwedenSwedenStockholm
  • Metro MF2000 – Paris, FranceFranceParis
  • Metro Series H – Berlin, Germany GermanyBerlin
  • Metro Series HK – Berlin, Germany GermanyBerlin
  • OMNEO Platform - France France
  • Passenger Coach I11 - BelgiumBelgium
  • REGINA Electric Multiple Unit - SwedenSweden
  • SPACIUM commuter train - Ile-de-France FranceParis
  • Single-deck Coaches - GermanyGermany
  • Sprinter Electric Multiple Unit - NetherlandsNetherlands
  • TALENT 2 Electric Multiple Units - GermanyGermany
  • TURBOSTAR- United Kingdom United Kingdom
  • TWINDEXX Express Double-deck Trains, SwitzerlandSwitzerland
  • V300ZEFIRO - ItalyItaly
  • X2000- SwedenSweden

Metro – Munich, Germany

In December 1997, a consortium consisting of Bombardier and Siemens signed a contract for the delivery of ten 6-car trainsets to operate Munich's metro network. In 2002 a further 8 trains were ordered. Bombardier is responsible for the mechanical design, supply of equipment and vehicle assembly, while Siemens is responsible for the electrical equipment. After extensive testing at the Wildenrath test centre, the first train was delivered to Munich in Spring 2001. Service operation started in 2002.

Operator Stadtwerke München GMBH
Carbody Material Aluminium
Length 114,820 mm (6-car train)
Width 2,900 mm
Max. Speed 80 km/h
Seated Passengers 252 (incl. 8 tip-up seats)
Standees 661 (4 pass/m2)
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