Double Decker Express Trains of Indian Railways have high priority and among fast trains in India. The following is a list of Non AC and AC Double Decker Express Trains of Indian Railways.
Flying Ranee and Valsad Fast Passenger are two Non-AC Double Decker trains and other Double Decker Express also include Bhopal Indore Double Decker Intercity Express,Habibganj Indore Double Decker and Guntur Kacheguda AC Double Decker Express.
Uday Express are completely Double Decker AC sleeper trains run overnight on busy routes. Utkrisht Double Decker Air Conditioned Yatri Express is designed by Indian Railways with LED screen display, Charging ports,coffee Vending machines with Bio toilets.
This service will be launch in 2017 between Bengaluru City and Coimbatore, followed by Visakhapatnam – Vijayawada and Bandra Terminus – Jamnagar.
The 11085/11086 Lokmanya Tilak Terminus – Madgaon AC Double Decker Express Train introduced in December 2015 with maximum speed of 100 km/hr.
Mumbai Ahmedabad Double Decker superfast express train runs daily, was introduced on September 2012. It was the first Indian Railways branded advertisements train.
Jaipur Delhi Double Decker Express runs between Jaipur Junction and Delhi Sarai Rohilla and covers the distance of 303 kilometers in 4 hours 30 mins.
Chennai Bangalore AC Double Decker Express Train between Chennai Central and Bangalore City, uses LHB coaches with powerful locomotives of Indian Railways, WAP – 7 locomotive.
Lucknow Anand Vihar Terminal Double Decker Express is the first Double Decker service in Uttar Pradesh and ninth double decker train in India.
Visakhapatnam Tirupati Double Decker is a superfast express train between Tirupati and Visakhapatnam. There are two more Double Decker Express in South India, Guntur Kacheguda Double Decker Express in Telengana and Kacheguda Tirupati Double Decker Express train of Andhra Pradesh.
Bhopal Indore Double Decker Intercity Express is a superfast train service within the state of Madhya Pradesh. It operates 22183 from Habibganj to Indore and covers the distance of 224 kilometres in 3 hours 35 mins.
Flying Ranee Non AC Double Decker Express runs between Mumbai and Surat, was introduced in 1906. 12922 Flying Ranee covers the distance of 263 kilometres in 4 hours 40 minutes, based WAP 7 or WAP 5 locomotive.
Howrah Dhanbad Double Decker Express is discontinued and considered as one of the most unsuccessful train in this route. This superfast train of Indian Railways was accommodated with LHB Coaches and regularly hauled by a WAP 7 locomotive.