How many people sit/sleep in First Class AC (1A) box/cabin ? 2 or 4 like second AC

#1 Jan 16th, 2010, 22:21
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hello all

can anyone tell me How many people sit/sleep in First Class AC (1A) box/cabin ? 2 or 4 like second AC
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2 in a coupe and 4 in a cabin.

1A carriage layout.

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1A/2A combination carriage layout.

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You can request a 2-berth coupe when booking your ticket (if booking over the counter in India), but you wont know if you’ve been given one until you arrive for your train, you can increase your chances by requesting in writing, take your request to the reservation supervisor at the train’s originating station.
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so we are like 3 people me my mom and dad and i want to stay with them

so how can i get this booked so that we all three can stay in one cabin ?
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Damn, I hate it when people simply reply with a question, is it purely an Indian thing?

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Originally Posted by jn.rounak View Post so we are like 3 people me my mom and dad and i want to stay with them

so how can i get this booked so that we all three can stay in one cabin ?
If you book early, and book all 3 on the same ticket, then there's a good chance all 3 will be put together in a 4 berth cabin, though this isn't guarenteed.

There's no way to improve your chances that I know of, though you can probibly put a request in writing and ask the reservation supervisor (at the train's origin station) whome to address the request to.

One thing you need to be sure of, how many 1A berths are allocated to the sector you're traveling in (on the train you're using), you can find this out by doing an availability check 90 days ahead.
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hmmm alright i just booked ticket from there website

but its telling me charts nor prepared...means i booked in normal booking ( not tatkal ) then also saying chart not prepared

any suggestions now that till when i can get my seats confirmed :P
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Damn, I hate it when people simply reply with a question, I guess it is an Indian thing, kind of like having a conversation with an automated telephone message.

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Originally Posted by jn.rounak View Post hmmm alright i just booked ticket from there website

but its telling me charts nor prepared...means i booked in normal booking ( not tatkal ) then also saying chart not prepared

any suggestions now that till when i can get my seats confirmed :P
What train, from where to where, what date? (easier to just give the PNR number)

Was there availability before you bought the tickets? how many available?

In First Class air con (1A) you don't find out your seat/berth numbers till the reservation chart is prepared, your ticket will just inform you that you have confirmed berths.
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Jn.rounak

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On your behalf, Thanks you Steve for all the questions you answer on Indiamike


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Originally Posted by jn.rounak View Post hmmm alright i just booked ticket from there website

but its telling me charts nor prepared...means i booked in normal booking ( not tatkal ) then also saying chart not prepared

any suggestions now that till when i can get my seats confirmed :P
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Join in with #7 also I maybe have a warped sense of humor but heres a guy not living in India (or so I think) helping out a someone living there, should be the other way around ,us foreigners getting help from the residents of India.
Must add on the personal side we have had a lot of help when in India for that we are grateful
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Originally Posted by steven_ber View Post Damn, I hate it when people simply reply with a question, I guess it is an Indian thing, kind of like having a conversation with an automated telephone message.



What train, from where to where, what date? (easier to just give the PNR number)

Was there availability before you bought the tickets? how many available?

In First Class air con (1A) you don't find out your seat/berth numbers till the reservation chart is prepared, your ticket will just inform you that you have confirmed berths.

yup its telling me the ticket is confirmed

but its not telling me the seat numbers
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What Steven_ber is trying to tell you is that till the charts are prepared you will not know, so you find your carriage and beside the door will be a chart with your names & berths .Apart from that he asked you more questions to try and help you out which you did not answer.

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