Tejas Express Fare - Booking started between Mumbai to Goa route

Tejas Express Fare To Cost 20% More Than Shatabdi. The Executive Class fare for Tejas Express service has been fixed at Rs. 2,540 without food and Rs. 2,940 with food. And, the Chair Car fare will be Rs. 1,850 with food and Rs. 1,220 without food. Whereas, the Shatabdi fares are Rs. 2,390 for the Executive Class and Rs. 1,185 for the Chair Car including food.
Tejas Express luxury train

Tejas Express Booking

The new train has started its journey on 22 May. Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu flagged off the first Tejas Express train from Mumbai to Karmali, Goa. Bookings for the Tejas Express service opened from May 21 on IRCTC website. The Train started between Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Mumbai, and Karmali, Goa. The inaugural train left from Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Mumbai at 3:25 pm o 22 May, and arrived at Karmali at 12:35 AM on 23 May. The Tejas halted at Dadar, Thane, Panvel, Ratnagiri and Kudal stations.

The Tejas Express offers onboard facilities such as:

  • Tea and coffee vending machines,
  • Snack tables and magazines,
  • LCD screens,
  • Wifi,
  • CCTV cameras,
  • Redesigned seats,
  • Bigger luggage racks,
  • Automatic doors,
  • Personalized infotainment systems and
  • An advanced fire alarm system

Tejas Express Route

Coaches of the luxury train service comprise executive class and chair cars. The luxury train is capable of running at speeds of 200 kilometers per hour and has improved couplers that will make the journey jerk-free and comfortable at high speed.

According to Indian Railways, Tejas Express will soon also run on the Delhi-Chandigarh and Surat-Mumbai routes.

Tejas Express Time Table

Tejas Express train is available five days a week under its non-monsoon schedule.

From Mumbai to Goa, it starts at 5:00 am on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and 2:30 pm on the same days from Goa to Bombay.

The service will be reduced to three days a week during its monsoon schedule - from June 10 to October 31, as per the IRCTC sources.

Tejas Express is a Made in India train, manufactured at the Rail Coach Factory in Kapurthala.

According to a report, the windows of the luxury train got damaged when it was coming from Delhi to Mumbai. Some miscreants broke the windows when Tejas left the Rail Coach Factory in Kapurthala.

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