FlixBus works exclusively with premium bus models with BS6 enginesImage Credit source: tv9 bharatvarsh
Germany’s main transportation company Flixbus has started its service in India. Flixbus will initially provide its service in 46 cities of the country. Let us tell you that Flixbus’ business is spread across 42 countries and it is known for its unique experiments.
Thousands of Indians now have a host of convenient, safe and reliable travel options available to them with the arrival of FlixBus in the country. Cities and routes between New Delhi, Himachal, Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh have been added to this service.
When will you get tickets for Flixbus?
Tickets for FlixBus India are available to the public from today, February 1. Its first routes are starting from February 6 with a special launch price of Rs 99, connecting Delhi to Ayodhya, Chandigarh, Jaipur, Manali, Haridwar, Rishikesh, Ajmer, Katra, Dehradun, Gorakhpur, Varanasi, Jodhpur, Dharamshala, Lucknow. And connects to Amritsar. There will be 59 stops and more than 200 connections on these routes.
Tie up with local transporters
Flixbus has tied up with local transporters to improve its service. Through this, Flixbus will get help in network planning, revenue management and yield optimization. FlixBus ensures a better and comfortable travel experience for passengers and operators. All this is done through a commitment to quality, safety, consistency and providing an excellent customer experience.
FlixBus is working exclusively with premium bus models with BS6 engines. It adheres to strict pollution reduction regulations and strongly supports its dedication to environmental sensitivity.
Seats around women will be reserved
Keeping women’s safety in mind, FlixBus has planned to reserve the seat around any female passenger for women. Apart from this, facilities like 24×7 response team for safety, traffic control ward, 2-point seat belts for all seats and special Flixbus lounges are also included in it. These facilities set new standards for safety in the industry.