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- Aschaffenburg (VAB)
- County of Bentheim
- Freiburg i. B.
- Ingelheim am Rhein
- Karlsruher Verkehrsverbund
- North Rhine-Westphalia
- Regio Verkehrsverbund Lörrach
- Verkehrsverbunds Bremen & Niedersachsen
- Verkehrsverbund Mittelthüringen
- Verkehrsverbund Oberelbe
- Verkehrsverbund Stuttgart VVS
- Verkehrsverbund Vorarlberg
- Atoumod - Normandie (Caen & Le Havre)
- SNCF Nouvelle-Aquitaine
- SNCF Occitanie
With FAIRTIQ, you can travel throughout the entire GA route network (Switzerland and Liechtenstein). FAIRTIQ computes for you the best available fare for your journey. Travel for example by train with SBB between Zurich and Bern, by postbus to Verbier, by bus in St. Gallen, by tram in Geneva, or a combination of everything!
With FAIRTIQ you can travel easily in the Austrian Vorarlberg region. Use the FAIRTIQ app to travel on all the VVV network's buses and trains at the best available rate.
The FAIRTIQ app is currently valid in the central travel zone of Linz, including the city’s Pöstlingbergbahn [cable car network]. Only the regional bus network and the tram network run by the Upper Austrian Transport Authority are not covered.
In Aschaffenburg, you can get a bus ticket with just one swipe of the FAIRTIQ app, which takes you (almost) everywhere: to the Pompejanum, across the River Main, all the way to Johannisburg Palace. FAIRTIQ can be used on all buses operated by Stadtwerke Aschaffenburg (STWAB) and the. Regional buses and trains in the city area are excluded.
The Bremen/Niedersachsen (VBN) network encompasses 30 local as well as private public transport companies operating in Bremen, Bremerhaven, Delmenhorst, Oldenburg and in the districts of Ammerland, Oldenburg, Wesermarsch, Cuxhaven, Nienburg, Osterholz, Rotenburg (Wümme), Verden and Diepholz.
Now, for the first time, people in Flensburg are also travelling paperless: the FAIRTIQ app turns their smartphone into a bus ticket in and around the city in the north of Schleswig-Holstein. This applies to the entire Aktiv Bus Flensburg network. This also includes Line 1, which goes as far as neighbouring Denmark.
Thanks to FAIRTIQ, passengers can now also use public transport in Göttingen in the simplest way possible. The price is calculated according to the GÖVB beeline tariff. Therefore, it is not based on the actual distance travelled, but only on the linear distance between the boarding and ending stops.
In the district of County of Bentheim, the very simple option of using the buses and trains in the VGB area with the FAIRTIQ app is available. FAIRTIQ is valid in both the VGB tariffs and the Lower Saxony tariff (NITAG).
In the Karlsruher Verkehrsverbund (KVV), passengers can check in with the FAIRTIQ app before boarding a bus, light rail or train and check out again after getting off. The fare is automatically calculated according to simple beeline tariffs.
Thanks to FAIRTIQ, getting around Halle is now easier than ever. With just one swipe on their mobile device, public transport users can travel, hassle-free, across the city’s entire 210 fare zone. Great news for one of East Germany’s main business and transport hubs. More details on the Halle area of validity.
Tickets for train and bus can be purchased in the area of the city of Ingelheim with the FAIRTIQ ticket app. At night, on weekends and on public holidays, public transport is even free of charge in the entire Ingelheim city area when travelling with the FAIRTIQ app.
A swipe in the FAIRTIQ app is all it takes to travel flexibly by tram and bus through Magdeburg and the entire region of the Magdeburger Regionalverkehrsverbund GmbH - marego. Together with Halle (Saale), this means that the two largest cities in the federal state of Saxony-Anhalt are in the FAIRTIQ area of validity.
The FAIRTIQ app is available for all North Rhine-Westphalia. Passengers can start and end their journeys throughout the entire Bundesland by a simple swipe on the screen of their smartphone. The fare is automatically calculated according to simple beeline tariffs.
On the entire territory of the Regio Verkehrsverbund Lörrach (RVL), you can travel comfortably and flexibly through a large region of Baden-Württemberg thanks to FAIRTIQ. And: If you pay for your journey with the RVL via the FAIRTIQ app, you benefit from a 20% discount on your ticket. This applies to all 8 zones of the RVL, from the Feldberg to Basel SBB.
FAIRTIQ is valid in the entire area of the Verkehrs- und Tarifverbund Stuttgart (VVS). The app can be used for all buses and trains.
You can also travel flexibly and easily by public transport in Central Thuringia. FAIRTIQ can be used for journeys through the entire extensive network of the Central Thuringia Transport Association (VMT), e.g. from Eisenach to Gera and from Sömmerda to Saalfeld.
The Verkehrsverbund Oberelbe (VVO) and the 12 transport companies cooperating with it offer modern local transport for residents and guests of the region.In addition to the state capital Dresden, the transport association covers an area of around 4,800 km² and includes the districts of Meissen, Saxon Switzerland-East Ore Mountains and the western part of the district of Bautzen.
In the public transport network “Regio-Verkehrsverbund Freiburg” (RVF), passengers can use public transport in the simplest possible way. Before boarding the train, tram or bus, users check in to the FAIRTIQ app with a single swipe. The price is calculated according to the beeline tariff. Therefore, it is not based on the actual distance travelled, but only on the linear distance between the boarding and ending stops.
A smartphone swipe is all it takes to get from A to B comfortably in and around Würzburg: With the FAIRTIQ app, customers can use all means of transport in Würzburg, Höchberg and Gerbrunn without cash or conventional ticket purchases - and they are always on the move at the best possible price.
With the FlexTER offer and the FAIRTIQ app, you can also travel in Nouvelle-Aquitaine with the easiest ticket.
Travel effortlessly around Caen and Le Havre. FAIRTIQ is available for busses and trains on the LIA, NOMAD and Twistole networks.