East Coast runs 155 services per weekday, an increase from the 100 operated when it started in 1996, and 102 services on Saturdays and 99 on Sundays. It carried 19 million passengers from April 2012 - March 2013. East Coast operates on routes totalling 936 miles, from London to Peterborough, the East Midlands, Leeds, York, Newcastle, Edinburgh and beyond to Aberdeen, Inverness and Glasgow. East Coast has 44 trains; 30 electric trains, and 14 diesel trains, known as HSTs (High Speed Trains). East Coast was the first UK train route to offer wireless internet on a moving rail vehicle. East Coast has around 2,800 employees at stations, depots and offices from Inverness to London. Its headquarters are in York.