Eurostar said today (September 29) it plans to increase its services from this Wednesday.
The high speed cross Channel train service said it would run 16 services a day on Monday to Friday to Paris and nine a day on Monday to Friday to Brussels.
Services will be slightly reduced at the weekend. There will be 15 a day on Saturday between London and Paris and 14 on Sundays.
There will be 14 Paris-London services on Saturdays and 15 on Sundays.
On the Brussels route, there will be seven a day on Saturday and Sunday in both directions.
A spokeswoman for Eurostar said it was now running 93% of its services.
But she added this was likely to last for ”months ” well into the first half of 2009 as we are completely reliant on the contractors giving us access to the tunnel.”
She said trains would from Wednesday operate at 90 minute intervals rather than the previous two hours but there would still be 20-25 minute delays on normal journey times.
Services were hit after a fire in a freight train in the Tunnel on September 11.
Normally Eurostar runs 18 trains a day to Paris and ten a day to Brussels.