Revision of Flexi Fare Scheme of Indian Railways (Download PDF)

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The railways scrapped flexi-fares in 15 premium trains in which the occupancy is less than 50 per cent throughout the year, while the scheme will be discontinued in 32 other trains during lean periods — February, March and August — when occupancy dips to 50 - 75 per cent.

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Image of Railways Reduces Flexi Fare

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Additionally, it has also reduced flexi-fares from 1.5 to 1.4 times of the base ticket fare in 101 trains.

Details About the Scheme

  • Flexi fare scheme has been introduced in Rajdhani, Shatabdi and Duronto trains from 09.09. 2016.

  • Under this scheme, the fare increases by 10 % with every 10 % of berths sold subject to maximum limit of 1.5 times in classes Second AC, Sleeper, Second Sitting (reserved), AC Chair Car and 1.4 times in 3rd AC class. No change has been made in the fare of First AC and Executive class.

  • Based on the feedback from different quarters, a committee was constituted to review the flexi fare scheme and based on certain recommendations of the committee, Flexi fare scheme in Rajdhani, Shatabdi & Duronto Trains has been rationalized as under:

    • Flexi fare scheme has been discontinued from 15 trains, with average monthly occupancy less than 50%, for full year and from 32 trains, with average monthly occupancy between 50 to 75%, during pre-defined lean period of 3 months (February, March & August).

    • Maximum cap of flexi fare scheme has been reduced to 1.4 times in all flexi fare applicable classes.

    • Graded discount has been introduced in flexi fare trains and Humsafar trains, where class-wise occupancy is less than 60%, 4 days prior to scheduled departure of the train as under: -

Table of The Occupancy and Discount

Table of The Occupancy and Discount

Occupancy

Discount

Up to 70%

20 % on last fare

70 to 80%

10 % on last fare

Above 80%

Nil

- Published/Last Modified on: April 5, 2019

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