Train seat availability for all 3 trains that run from Mumbai to Faridkot can be found in above table.
Fare for trains from Mumbai to Faridkot is Rs 420 in Second Seater (2S), Rs 4865 in First AC (1A), Rs 2860 in Second AC (2A), Rs 685 in Sleeper (SL), Rs 405 in None (GN) and Rs 1980 in Third AC (3A) in general quota. Tatkal ticket fare and premium tatkal fare in this route starts from Rs 435 in Second Seater (2S), Rs 3385 in Second AC (2A), Rs 885 in Sleeper (SL) and Rs 2400 in Third AC (3A).
The fastest train from Mumbai to Faridkot is Punjab Mail COVID 19 Special (02137) which travels a distance of 1896 kms in just 32 hrs 36 mints. The slowest train from Mumbai to Faridkot is Mumbai Central Firozpur Janta Express (19023) which travels a distance of 1739 kms in 37 hrs 43 mints. The most punctual train from Mumbai to Faridkot is Punjab Mail (12137) which reaches Faridkot with an average delay of just 0 minute. The most delayed train from Mumbai to Faridkot is Punjab Mail COVID 19 Special (02137) which reaches Faridkot with an average delay of over 35 mints.
Mumbai formerly known as Bombay is one of the most prominent cities in India. Mumbai is known for a lot of things namely Bollywood, Ganpati festival, shopping streets, colleges, Mumbai local trains, street food, Mumbai Dabbawallas delivering food tiffins, the Gateway of India. Mumbai once comprised of seven islands. That is why there are various sea links as it is surrounded by water bodies along the coast.Mumbai airport is centrally located in the city and is known as Chatrapati Shivaji International Airport (BOM). Mumbai have the credits for various services that were opened here first. Like the first airport of India Juhu Aerodrome was first established here in 1928, first 5-star hotel-Taj Mahal Hotel, the first railway terminal was constructed in Mumbai and was known as Bori Bunder (Now known as CST Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus), the first electric rail system, the first public bus service (BEST) are some of the facilities that started first in Mumbai. As a true Mumbaikar says Mumbai is not just a city it is a spirit in itself. Mumbai has 14 railway stations - Lokmanya Tilak Term (LTT), Mumbai Cst (CSTM), Mumbai Bandra Terminus (BDTS), Mumbai Central (BCT), Mumbai Dadar Central (DR), Mumbai Dadar West (DDR), Panvel (PNVL), Kalyan Jn (KYN), Thane (TNA), Borivali (BVI), Vasai Road (BSR), Andheri (ADH), Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) and Mumbai Central (MMCT).
- RAC is considered as confirmed for evaluating confirmation chances.
- Colors under confirmation chances mean following:
- Red - Not likely to confirm.
- yellow - Difficult to say if this will confirm or not.
- Green - Very likely to confirm.
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