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Sera Travels Bus Schedule
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  • Thrissur to Kozhikode
    3h 17m
  • 23:58
  • Leyland A/C Seater Executive (2+2)

FAQ about Sera Travels Buses


How many routes are covered by Sera Travels?


Around 23 routes are covered by Sera Travels. Some major routes covered by Sera Travels are Thrissur to Kozhikode , Vadakara to Ernakulam , and Ernakulam to Thalassery .


In how many cities Sera Travels buses are operating?


Sera Travels buses are operating in 11 cities. Some important cities are Ernakulam, Thalassery, Vadakara, Kozhikode, Angamaly, Bangalore, and Thrissur.


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


Around 20 Sera Travels buses are running in the night service. Most of the night buses are running for Thrissur to Kozhikode route.


What type of buses Sera Travels have?


Sera Travels have 2 type of buses including:

  1. Leyland A/C Seater Executive (2+2)
  2. Leyland A/C Seater Pushback (2+2)

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