Feast has run out of tickets on high-speed trains

Feast of high-speed trains have run out of tickets: YTM expeditions due to the Feast of the Sacrifice 2-3 October and 7-8 October were reported to run out of tickets.

Days before the Eid al-Adha for citizens in the first day of the choice of transportation High Speed ​​Train (YHT) 2-3 October and 7-8 October were reported to run out of tickets.

According to the information received from the AA correspondent TCDD officials, YHT'ler Ankara, Istanbul, Eskisehir and Konya line because of the fast and comfortable travel means has become the first means of travel in mind.

There are no vacancies except for the return and travel change on the tickets that were put on the 20 day before the holidays. Those who leave the holiday planning to the last day will evaluate alternative means of transportation.

YHTs will carry about 12 passengers between 10 of Ankara-Istanbul, 14 between Eskişehir-Ankara, 4 between Ankara-Konya and 40 between Eskişehir-Konya and 17 at the same time. 4 is expected to travel about a thousand people with YHT during the 70 daily period before and after the festival.

  • Yüzde 72 of Eskişehir-Ankara line is on high speed train “

Eskisehir Garage Manager Suleyman Hilmi Ozer, AA correspondent, said the 2009 in Ankara-Eskisehir YHT before the opening of the two cities of the transportation between the two 78'ın provided by the road, he said.

OZ, who said that he saw great interest from the citizen due to the speed and comfort of YHT, said:

Yoğun According to our data, YHT has become a travel vehicle in Ankara and Istanbul. The 72 of the passengers on the Eskişehir-Ankara line is on the high-speed train. Previously the highway was in these numbers, now the pointer is reversed. If the citizen does not find us, he is looking at other means of transportation. Bayram tickets 20 was offered for sale days in advance. The chance of early planning is higher. The holiday plan will end up in the transportation that leaves to the last days. Plan

Ozer explained that the occupancy rate remained at 60 percent of the high-speed train operated by countries in the world, "is working with yht 90 percent occupancy rate in Turkey. TCDD is also planning due to the intense interest of citizens in YHT. We will try to respond to the demands with the new YHT sets to be taken next year. Gelecek


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