Is the Miami to Orlando inaugural train coming earlier than scheduled?

The launch of the Miami to Orlando train is approaching. As we have posted, tickets are on sale on September 1st, which will be during the US Labor Day weekend. However, there are indications that the start of operations may start during the month of August.

In preparation, the company continues to test trains at speeds of up to 110 mph (177 km/h), on various sections of the route, while bright streakThe company behind the project is continuing to run some trains without passengers to test the route between West Palm Beach and Orlando.

As explained by Brightline, these tours help drivers and engineers familiarize themselves with road junctions, signs, curves and speed restrictions.

When will the Miami to Orlando train be launched?

With tickets starting at $79 per section (for the trip between Miami And Orlandoand vice versa), the calendar is open for tickets from September 1, 2023. But, there may be news that they will start working from August.

If train trials and tests go smoothly, they could start on the weekend of August 18th or August 25th.

Ticket prices

The company offers one-way SMART fares starting at $79 for adults and $39 for minors. Groups of more than 4 people automatically save an additional 25 percent on SMART fares, with packages starting at $199 for all 4 tickets.

SMART offers a comfortable Business Class option onboard with hand-stitched leather seats, complimentary Starlink WiFi, multiple power outlets and USB ports, and a variety of food and beverages available for purchase.

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One-way PREMIUM fares start at $149, a first-class experience with additional services including a dedicated PREMIUM lounge, priority boarding, checked baggage, and complimentary snacks and beverages throughout the flight.

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