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KKN Travels Bus Schedule
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FAQ about KKN Travels Buses

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How many routes are covered by KKN Travels?

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Around 8 routes are covered by KKN Travels. Some major routes covered by KKN Travels are Aluva to Bangalore , Chalakudy to Bangalore , and Thrissur to Bangalore .

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In how many cities KKN Travels buses are operating?

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KKN Travels buses are operating in 9 cities. Some important cities are Chalakudy, Edappally, Bangalore, Thrissur, Aluva, and Koratty.

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How many KKN Travels buses are running in the night service?

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Around 2 KKN Travels buses are running in the night service. Most of the night buses are running for Thrissur to Bangalore route.

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What type of buses KKN Travels have?

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KKN Travels have 1 type of buses including:

  1. Non A/C Seater/Sleeper (2+1)

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