Indian Railways to introduce Dynamic Fare Scheme

In a first of its sorts in the World Railway travel, Indian Railways is set to introduce an exclusive train with Dynamic Fare Scheme.

Under Dynamic Fare Scheme, the fare rates for the tickets increase as bookings increase. This is common in Airline ticketing.

Under the pilot mode, the Premium special train is introduced from Railway on the busy New Delhi-Mumbai sector with dynamic fare pricing.

Now the load on will still increase.

The booking shall commence on 21st December 2013.

There shall be no commercial stoppages enroute for this train. The trains shall originate and terminate at New Delhi and Mumbai Central stations.

There shall be only two classes of travel accommodation, viz. AC-3Tier and AC-2Tier.

Catering shall be provided on-board and catering charges shall be part of tariff.

Advance Reservation Period (ARP) of this train will be a maximum of 15 days.

Dynamic fare shall be charged for confirm as well as RAC passengers.

Waitlist Ticket Booking is not allowed in this train.

The passengers are required to carry the prescribed original photo identity card.

Only E-tickets will be permitted for booking.

I-ticket Booking is not allowed in this train.

Modification is not allowed.

Only end to end, General Quota Booking will be allowed.

Current booking will be allowed on reservation counters after charting only.

No Refund shall be granted. However, full refund shall be admissible only if the train is fully cancelled.

The menu and tariff of the catering services will be similar to other Rajdhani Trains.

Dynamic Fare along with Total fare will be displayed after filling Reservation form.

Users must ensure the Fare and Journey Details before proceeding for payment.

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