This is the history of Thalys 9322 which ran from Amsterdam Centraal to Paris-Nord on July 11, 2019. The highest delay for this service was 32 minutes. This train was operated by NS. The total journey time for this train service was 39 minutes.
Below, you'll find the entire route for this train, including platform changes and (if available) the train composition for this day. Platform changes are marked.
Next to each station, you'll find some basic statistics about this train's punctuality at this station. This is based on the performance of this train in the past 14 days. The percentage of trains which have departed or arrived on-time includes all trains which had a maximum delay of 4 minutes and 59 seconds. Cancelled trains are not considered as on-time trains.
You might be entitled to financial compensation if your train was cancelled or delayed, especially when you missed a connecting train or when you couldn't finish your journey by train. Generally, you are entitled to compensation when you have a delay of 30 minutes or more for domestic trains, and 60 minutes or more for international trains. However, there are some exceptions. In some cases you might receive compensation when you have a delay of only 15 minutes or more.
See compensation for delayed or cancelled trains for more information about your passenger rights, all conditions and the exact details about your compensation. Good to know: this service was operated by NS. Missed connections might not be compensated if your journey involved NS and another company.