Tirupati–Amravati Express

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Tirupati–Amravati Express
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Tpty-Ami Express ready to leave Tirupati
Overview
Service type Express
Locale Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Maharashtra
First service15-12-2011
Current operator(s) South Central Railway zone
Route
Start Tirupati
End Amravati
Distance travelled1,309 km (813 mi)
Average journey time23 hrs 40 min
Service frequencyBi-weekly
Train number(s)12765 / 12766
On-board services
Class(es) Second A/c, Third A/c, Sleeper class, Unreserved
Seating arrangementsYes
Sleeping arrangementsYes
Technical
Operating speed55 km/h (34 mph)
Route map
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Tirupati–Amravati Express is a Superfast train belonging to Indian Railways connecting Tirupati in Andhra Pradesh with Amravati in Maharashtra.

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