VIENNA: Austrian rail operator OeBB on Saturday unveiled its new generation of sleeper trains — a response to demands from travelers for less pollutant alternatives to planes and petrol or diesel cars.

Night trains are starting to make a comeback in Europe thanks to their low-carbon footprint, and after years of neglect, operators are now investing heavily to replace their aging rolling stock.

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