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AbhiBus partners with IRCTC to offer bus booking ticket facility



Online bus booking platform Abhibus has announced its partnership with Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) to offer a ticket booking facility to travelers.

In a statement issued, the company said, “The partnership will enable IRCTC to get the bus inventory across 1 lakh bus routes and its customers the option to book all non-AC tickets/bus as per their requirement.”

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“While the IRCTC platform enables booking of more than nine lakh train tickets every day, AbhiBus has catered to over 4.5 crore customers till date since launch of an online passenger reservation system before launching the e-ticketing platform AbhiBus.com and its mobile apps,” the statement said.

“With this collaboration, IRCTC plans to ease travel booking for its customers wherein if they find train tickets in the waiting list, they can quickly refer to bus availability without hopping from one platform to another giving travelers a hassle-free booking experience,” the company said.

Speaking in the partnership, AbhiBus Chief Commercial Officer Shashank Koona said, “The partnership with IRCTC will allow AbhiBus to grow exponentially, while IRCTC customers will have hassle-free and immediate access to India’s largest online bus inventory with innovative payment and promotional options to take care of their first mile, last mile, and alternate connectivity choice.”

“IRCTC tie-up with AbhiBus will help it in reaching out to the millions of the millions of travelers with the most exhaustive bus inventory available for bridging not just the first and last mile connectivity goals but also provide an alternative travel option in case of train availability,” Koona added.

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Krishna Mali
Krishna Mali
Founder, CEO & Group Editor of TechGraph.

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