Additional wagons for trains due to the intensity of the Feast of Sacrifice

Additional wagons to the trains due to the intensity of the Eid al-Adha: The 9 days of the Eid al-Adha holiday has already filled the seats of buses, planes and trains, many businesses set additional flights.
Due to the high demand especially on highways during the holiday, Metro Turizm increased the number of trips from 1500 to 2 thousand 500 during the holiday. During the holiday, THY organized 48 additional flights on domestic flights, Anadolujet 9, and Pegasus 423 on domestic and international flights. Increasing Ankara-Eskişehir High Speed ​​Train (YHT) flights on holiday, TCDD General Directorate will add wagons to many outline and regional trains. According to the information received by the AA reporter, during the Feast of the Sacrifice, the normal voyages on air, land and rail were filled. Businesses therefore organized additional flights. Businesses that carried air transportation prior to the Eid al-Adha holiday started to request additional flights from the Civil Aviation General Directorate (SHGM). largest firm of air transport in Turkey Turkish Airlines (THY) and Anadolujet held for additional flights to some regions experiencing a feast for occupancy in normal time before and after the intensity will occur. THY, which has an additional 48 flights to the existing ones, will make additional flights to Antalya, Adana, Bodrum, Dalaman, Trabzon and Cyprus. Anadolujet will make additional flights from Ankara and Istanbul to Antalya, Bodrum, Mardin and Trabzon. Pegasus Airlines will carry out a total of 423 additional flights on domestic and international flights.
- Highway
As with other transportation channels, there is a high density in highways during the holiday holidays. In this context, Metro Turizm, which provides transportation services on the road, is preparing to meet the intensity experienced during the Eid al-Adha holiday. In the density map prepared by the company, there is a demand for travel to the Black Sea and Anatolian cities, especially for those who want to spend their holidays in their hometown and touristic cities. Since there is a daily occupancy rate of approximately 1500 daily flights, he has added 1000 additional flights to some regions for the intensity that will occur before and after the feast. Planning to close to 2 flights during the holiday, Metro Turizm will closely follow the occupancy rate and will plan additional flights on the lines where the demand rises above 500 percent.
Authorities, the citizens of the holiday plans to take the tickets early in the planning of the new voyage planning, return tickets are important in terms of the return journey does not suffer any stresses. In addition, the public should pay attention to the buses against pirates, and the authorities warn the citizens not to travel without a ticket and to travel with corporate firms.
- Railways are ready for density
TCDD Headquarters also took measures for the intensity to occur during the holiday holidays. TCDD, which runs 20 times between Ankara and Eskişehir, 16 between Ankara and Konya, and 4 times between Eskişehir and Konya, will organize additional YHT flights between Ankara-Eskişehir-Ankara on 12, 13, 19, 20 October 2013 to meet the festival intensity. Departure stations will not be held at the intermediate stations of YHT, which departure time from Ankara is 14.10 and departure time from Eskişehir is 17.10.
TCDD General Directorate, which adds wagons to the outline and regional trains, between October 10 and October 21, 2013, Izmir Blue, Square, East, Central Anatolia Blue, 4 September Blue, South Express, Çukurova Express, Erciyes Express, Euphrates Express, Taurus Express and Konya Blue Train. wagons added to.
- Bridges and highways are free
During the Eid al-Adha holiday, crossing from bridges and highways will be completely free from Saturday, October 12, from 01.00 to October 21, Monday 03.00.
On the other hand, during the holiday period, municipalities will offer public transport without any charge or discount.

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