IRCTC announces 39 special trains for the festive season in India

IRCTC announces 39 special trains for the festive season in India

Owing to the upcoming festive season in India, the Indian Railways has announced more special trains across the country. According to latest reports, a total of 39 special trains will be started by the Indian Railways soon. The trains will commence at the earliest possible date. It is believed that most of these special trains will be air-conditioned ones, such as the Rajdhani, Shatabdi, and Duronto.

Apart from the 39 special trains, there have been more developments in the railway sector. The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Limited, which is also known as IRCTC, has announced that Tejas Express will resume its operations soon. The train was suspended due to the outbreak of the pandemic, but will restart from October 17. This is mainly to meet the demand of passengers during the festive season.

IRCTC announces 39 special trains for the festive season in India

IRCTC, which is a PSU of the Ministry of Railways has gone through extensive training in order to help adapt to the times, so that operations can be run smoothly without any hiccups. Standard Operation Procedure has been put in place in order to ensure the safety of passengers during their journeys.

Here is a list of the 39 special trains that are expected to run during the festive season –

Kamakhya to Loymanya Tilak – Weekly

Kamakhya to Yesvantpur – Weekly

Nizamuddin to Pune – Weekly

New Delhi to Katra – Daily

Barmer to Yesvantpur – Weekly

Loymanya Tilak Terminus to Haridwar – Bi-weekly

Loymanya Tilak Terminus to Lucknow – Weekly

Ajni to Pune – Weekly

Ligampalli to Kakinada town – Tri-weekly

Secundrabad to Vizag – Weekly

Nagpur to Amritsar -Weekly

Anand Vihar to Naharlagun – Weekly

Secunderabad to Shalimar – Weekly

Chennai to Madurai – Tri-weekly

Bandra Terminus to Bhuj – Tri-weekly

Santragachi to Chennai – Bi-weekly

Howrah to Yesvantpur – Weekly

Bhubaneswar to Anand Vihar – Weekly

Bhubaneswar to Delhi – Weekly

Nizamuddin to Pune – Bi-weekly

Howrah to Pune – Bi-weekly train

Bengaluru to Chennai – All days, except Tuesday

Mumbai Central to Ahmedabad – All days, except Sunday

Chennai to Coimbatore – All days, except Tuesday

New Delhi to Habibganj – Daily

Chennai to Nizamuddin – Bi-weekly

Dibrugarh to New Delhi – Weekly

Visakhapatnam to Tirupati – Tri-weekly

Dibrugarh to New Delhi – Bi-weekly

Mumbai Central to Nizamuddin – Daily

Bandra to Nizamuddin – Weekly

Howrah to Ranchi – All days, except Sunday

New Delhi to Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra – All days, except Tuesday

Jaipur to Delhi Sarai Rohilla – Daily

New Delhi to Amritsar – Daily

New Delhi to Dehradun – Daily

New Delhi to Amritsar – All days, except Thursday

Ahmedabad to Mumbai Central – All days, except Sunday

Chennai to Bengaluru – Daily

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