Indian Railways have started special trains to enable passengers to go from one city to another for COVID duration. These trains are rajdhani like trains and will be having only air conditioned classes. Only confirmed seats will be allotted in these trains. No waiting list or RAC tickets will be issued. No concessional fare allowed. Also Tatkal and Premium Tatkal quota booking wont be permitted in these trains. The passengers travelling on the train will be screened for coronavirus and those found asymptomatic will be allowed to travel.Railway board has also added that it will be mandatory for all the passengers to keep his or her mouth covered by a face cover. 1 covid train runs from Mumbai to Kankavali - Mangala Lakshadweep Covid 19 Special (02618).
Mumbai to Kankavali Mangala Lakshadweep Covid 19 Special (02618) departs from Kalyan Jn station (KYN) at and arrives Kankavali station (KKW) at . Mumbai to Kankavali covid fare is Rs.175 in Second Seater, Rs.1755 in First AC, Rs.1050 in Second AC, Rs.295 in Sleeper, Rs.160 in None and Rs.755 in Third AC for this train.
Jan Shatabdi express as the name indicates is the shatabdi express for Jan (common mass). Basically these trains are an affordable version of Shatabdi trains in India. Therefore Jan Shatabdi trains have either seating arrangements as air-conditioned Chair Car (CC) or non air-conditioned Second Seating (2S) coaches. These are very pocket friendly compared to other trains on same route. These trains are for short distances and does not run overnight just like Shatabdi trains. It does not have onboard catering services which is there in Shatabdi trains. In general these trains are painted in white and blue combination with window panes painted either white or blue. 1 jan-shatabdi train runs from Mumbai to Kankavali - Dadar Madgaon Jan Shatabdi Express (12051).
Mumbai to Kankavali Dadar Madgaon Jan Shatabdi Express (12051) departs from Mumbai Dadar Central station (DR) at and arrives Kankavali station (KKW) at .
Double decker express, as the name suggests, are 2 storeyed trains that can accommodate more number of passengers compared to other express or mail trains. These trains ply between important cities which are just a few hundred kilometres apart. These are fully AC coaches and have only seating facilities with Chair Car (CC) class. There is a ladder to climb up the upper deck of coach. These trains do not offer catering facilities. Double-decker Trains are usually painted in vibrant yellow and red color while some other express trains also have double decker non ac coaches. 2 double-decker trains run from Mumbai to Kankavali - Mumbai LTT Madgaon AC Double Decker Express (11085) and Mumbai LTT Madgaon Weekly AC Double Decker Express (11099).
Mumbai to Kankavali Mumbai LTT Madgaon AC Double Decker Express (11085) departs from Lokmanya Tilak Term station (LTT) at and arrives Kankavali station (KKW) at . This train has 6 stoppages. Mumbai to Kankavali double-decker fare is Rs.580 in Chair Car, Rs.720 in Third AC and Rs.1020 in Second AC for this train.
Mumbai to Kankavali Mumbai LTT Madgaon Weekly AC Double Decker Express (11099) departs from Lokmanya Tilak Term station (LTT) at and arrives Kankavali station (KKW) at . This train has 6 stoppages. Mumbai to Kankavali double-decker fare is Rs.580 in Chair Car, Rs.720 in Third AC and Rs.1020 in Second AC for this train.
Suvidha as the name suggests is a series of express trains that was introduced a couple of years back in lieu to beat the peak season rush on other trains. These trains have sleeper, second seating and ac coaches. The advance reservation period for these trains are a maximum of 30 days only as against other trains that have 120 days of ARP. For suvidha trains passengers are issued either confirmed berth or RAC and there is no waitlist concept in Suvidha trains. So for passengers who are looking for a sure shot seat can opt for Suvidha train if this train is available for your route. But hang on, before you proceed further to book a ticket in this trains, let us tell you that it will burn a hole in your pocket because Suvidha trains too have dynamic fare (flexi fare) system just like rajdhani and Shatabdi trains. So you might end up paying more for a SL class than Second AC of any other train on same route. Also, senior citizens and children are not given any privilege of concession in these trains. And once you drop the plan to travel, do it carefully as there is no cancellation permitted for these trains of course with some exceptions. 2 suvidha trains run from Mumbai to Kankavali - Mumbai LTT Karmali Special (81047) and Panvel Karmali Suvidha Special (81049).
Mumbai to Kankavali Mumbai LTT Karmali Special (81047) departs from Lokmanya Tilak Term station (LTT) at and arrives Kankavali station (KKW) at . This train has 11 stoppages.
Mumbai to Kankavali Panvel Karmali Suvidha Special (81049) departs from Panvel station (PNVL) at and arrives Kankavali station (KKW) at .
- 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.
- Seat availability and berth status functionality may not be available between and .
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