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The Christmas-New Year Holiday Train Ticket War is Now Open, Check This

PT Kereta Api Indonesia (Persero) opens train ticket sales during the 2024 Christmas and New Year (Nataru) holidays starting November 6 2023 or D-45 departure.

The Nataru Transport period set by KAI is train departures from 21 December 2023 to 7 January 2024. Tickets can be purchased via the Access by KAI application, the kai.id website, as well as all other official train ticket booking channels.

“We remind customers to be careful in inputting the date, choosing a route, and entering personal data when making an order. Plan your trip as best as possible, including the estimated travel time to the station so you don’t miss the train,” said KAI VP Public Relations Joni Martinus in his statement, Tuesday (7/11/2023).

Currently, people can buy regular long-distance train tickets which are available on all train ticket purchasing channels starting H-45.

During the Nataru Transport period, there were 3,888 regular long-distance train trips with 2.2 million seats. Meanwhile, for regular local trains for the Nataru Transport, KAI has prepared 1,296 trains, with around 521 thousand seats. Meanwhile, regarding the operation of additional trains during the Nataru Transport period, KAI will provide further information.

Commercial train ticket rates during the Christmas period still refer to the Lower Limit Tariff (TBB) – Upper Limit Tariff (TBA) provisions. Where tickets for Public Service Obligation (PSO) trains have fixed rates as determined by the government.

For further information regarding ticket sales during the Nataru Transport period, the public can contact Customer Service at the station or KAI Contact Center via telephone at 121, WhatsApp 08111-2111-121, email cs@kai.id, or social media KAI121.

“KAI is committed to serving customers as best as possible during the Christmas and New Year 2024 holidays through safe, secure and comfortable train travel,” concluded Joni.

Source: CNBC Indonesia