Mumbai, May 22: The most awaited luxurious Tejas Express will socket bitcoin chart make its maiden run from Mumbai. The train which is talked about for its ultra-modern amenities on board like LED TV, wi-fi, CCTV et al will be flagged off by Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu today and will cover the Mumbai to Goa distance during its maiden run. Tejas Express fares:As per the Tejas fare chart released by Indian Railways, the fare of Tejas Express is three times higher than other trains like Jan Shatabdi Express.
Unlike the Shatabdi Express, the passengers in Tejas Express will have the option to opt for onboard food. The superfast surcharge, reservation fee and catering charges will be levied separately. The increase in fare is because the railways has maintained better facilities in this train. The rates would be 20 percent more than a Shatabdi train catering to different destinations. As the train would take 2-3 hours longer during monsoons to cover the journey, passengers preferring catering service will be charged more for an extra meal served. The Executive Class fare in Tejas has been fixed at Rs 2,540 without food and Rs 2,940 with food.
The Chair Car fare is Rs 1,850 with food and Rs 1,220 without food. If a passenger does not opt for catering services at the time of booking the ticket and decides to buy meals on board, an extra amount of Rs 50 per service in addition to the prescribed catering charges, shall be charged subject to availability. Angry birds and games in Tejas train. Here’s all you need to know about the hi-tech Tejas Express:The new train is fully air-conditioned and will be flagged off on May 22.
22119 Superfast Tejas Express will leave Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Mumbai at 05. 00 hrs on every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 24. 2017 and arrive Karmali at 13. 22120 Superfast Tejas Express will leave Karmali at 14. 30 hrs on every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 23. 2017 and arrive Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Mumbai at 23. The Express train has entertainment screens for each passenger along with headphone socket and a GPS bases passenger information display system.
The train’s journey has been scheduled for five days a week during monsoon period and three days a week during non-monsoon period. The Tejas Express has integrated Braille display and has mobile, laptop charging points on all it coaches. It has accessible dustbin with garbage compacting feature for higher capacity and bio-vaccum toilets. The fifteen coach train has a passenger capacity of 992. The train has a passenger capacity of 992.