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Repairs to continue until February says chief exec
Repairs to the fire damaged channel tunnel are expected to continue into the New Year, with an amended timetable in place until March.
Speed restrictions are in place while staff repair damage caused by September's fire, adding 20 minutes to journey times.
According to Richard Brown, Eurostar's chief executive, 90% of services are arriving on time.
He said: "I am pleased to say that despite the restrictions within the tunnel, our services generally continue to run well."
Running at 93% of the capacity available before the fire, Eurostar said it will sell an amended timetable until March 11 as a precaution against delays to the work.
Mr Brown added: "The reduced access to the tunnel means that any delay, however minor, can occasionally have knock-on effects from which it takes us longer than normal to recover."
The train operator said it would contact travellers if full service resumes before March.
Eurotunnel, who operate and maintain the tunnel itself, is still investigating the exact cause of the fire.