Wi-Fi at the train stations

Stay connected at stations thanks to the extended CFL Wi-Fi network.


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The CFL want to equip their stations with Wi-Fi hotspots, in order to guarantee a good continuous traffic information through online platforms like the CFL mobile application or the www.cfl.lu website and to offer their customers an additional service at the station.


Having been successfully tested at several stations since May 2017, amongst them, Luxembourg-City, Pfaffenthal-Kirchberg, Pétange, Rodange , Esch-sur-Alzette, even Mersch and Ettelbruck, the Wi-Fi equipment program will gradually be extended to other stations of the national rail network.

In 2022, the CFL extended their offer of free WiFi to an additional 13 stations and stops: Howald, Belval-Rédange, Dudelange-Burange, Dudelange-Centre, Merkholtz, Niederkorn, Lamadelaine, Volmerange-les-Mines, Michelau, Cruchten, Paradiso, Capellen and Rumelange. This brings the total to 63 stations and stops out of the 68 managed by the CFL.

Thanks to the free hotspots, customers can access the Internet at any time and check the CFL mobile application as well as the CFL website (www.cfl.lu).

Here you can find stations that are equipped with Wi-Fi connectivity.