Renfe commercial circulation of the new high-speed service will begin Avlo, between Madrid and Valencia, on February 21. The tickets will go on sale on January 20, as detailed by the railway company in a statement.
The new AVLO train service, Renfe «low cost» high speed, will offer six daily circulations, three in each direction, between the two cities, which means an offer of 2,200 seats per day. Four of the six Avlo trains (two in each direction) will make stops at the stations Fernando Zóbel and Requena-Utiel Basin.
The price of the tickets will be from seven euros. Marketing will be in a single class and ticket sales will be managed through a dynamic system that offers the best price available at any given time for the requested trip.
On the base price, the customer can add additional services, such as seat selection, changes or cancellations and additional baggage. The base price includes a free cabin suitcase and a handbag.
Children under fourteen will have a basic fare of five euros, provided that it is accompanied by the issuance of an adult ticket (with a maximum of two child tickets per adult). For large families there are also plans discounts, twenty percent for those in the general category, and fifty percent for large families in the special category.
Route Valencia Joaquín Sorolla - Madrid Puerta de Atocha
1st train: Valencia J.Sorolla (9:28), Requena-Utiel (9:51), Cuenca F.Zobel (10:26) and Madrid Puerta de Atocha (11:20)
2nd train: Valencia J.Sorolla (16:15) and Madrid Puerta de Atocha (17:55)
3rd train: Valencia J.Sorolla (21:10), Requena-Utiel (21:33), Cuenca F.Zobel (22:08) and Madrid Puerta de Atocha (23:04)
Route Madrid Puerta de Atocha - Valencia Joaquín Sorolla
1st train: Madrid Puerta de Atocha (6:30), Cuenca F.Zobel (7:25), Requena Utiel (7:59) and Valencia Joaquín Sorolla (8:23)
2nd train: Madrid Puerta de Atocha (12:40), Cuenca F.Zobel (13:55), Requena Utiel (14:09) and Valencia Joaquín Sorolla (14:33)
3rd train: Madrid Puerta de Atocha (18:40) and Valencia Joaquín Sorolla (20:20)
Double certification in terms of sanitation and disinfection
The Avlo is going to start with the most demanding certifications in terms of sanitation, disinfection and cleaning. Avlo trains have protocols certified by AENOR and by SGS, the world's leading company in inspection, verification, testing and certification, which represents an additional guarantee for passengers.
In this way, the Avlo and Ave trains have double certification in terms of sanitation and disinfection, which constitutes a differential element of the first order in relation to any other collective transport.