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V/Line Has A 20% Decrease In First Class
From 4 March 2007, V/Line’s first class tickets will change to provide better value for many Victorians. Now first class fares will be equal to an economy fare plus a flat fee.
The first class flat fee together with the general 20% reduction to V/Line fares will deliver better value for outer regional Victorians in particular, making first class travel much more affordable and convenient.
How will first class travel work from 4 March?
• If you are an infrequent traveller we recommend that you buy a single first class ticket (which is an economy fare plus a first class flat fee).
• If you are a regular traveller we recommend that you buy a multi-trip first class upgrade together with your economy class ticket. The multi-trip first class upgrade offers a volume discount and is the recommended option for periodical ticket holders.
• First class fares continue to be available from regular ticket outlets.
How much will the first class upgrade cost?
The first class flat fee is distance based.
• $3 per single journey for short distance journeys
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