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The Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure announced that an additional capacity increase of 45 thousand 528 persons, including 10 thousand 728 on high speed ​​​​train lines and 34 thousand 800 on conventional trains, was made upon high demand during the Ramadan Feast. from citizens. Holiday tickets will go on sale from tomorrow.

In the written statement made by the Ministry, it was stated that TCDD increased its capacity by adding additional flights to the trains to meet the increasing passenger demand due to the Ramadan Feast. In the statement, additional high speed train (YHT) services on Ankara-Istanbul (Sogutlucesme) and Konya-Istanbul (Sogutlucesme) lines will provide an additional capacity of 10,728 1 person on 29-30 April and 1-6-7-8 May. It will depart from Ankara-Istanbul (Sogutlucesme) at 11.50 and from Istanbul (Sogutlucesme) at 11.50. It has been stated that the YHTs that will travel between Konya-Istanbul (Sogutlucesme) at 17.50 will depart from Konya and will depart from Istanbul (Sogutlucesme) at 09.45 and 15.30.

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Tickets On Sale From Tomorrow

In the statement, it was stated that additional flights will be organized on mainline and regional trains between April 29 and May 8, and the following was noted: İzmir Blue Express, 4 September Blue Express, Eastern Express, Southern/Van Lake Express, Konya Blue Express, Aegean Express, Erciyes Express, Taurus Express, Fırat Express, Pamukkale Express, Ankara Express, Island Express and Long Bridge-Kapuking Regional Train -Pulman wagons will be added to Halkalı Regional Train. During the holiday, a total of 580 wagons will be added to the main line and regional trains, and a capacity increase of 34,800 will be achieved.

Gül Demirci

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