Brightline has launched ticket sales for its new train service to Orlando.
For now, tickets are available from September 1 and on. The company plans to release tickets for earlier dates in Summer 2023 once it has a firm launch date.
A total of 16 daily round trips are scheduled between Miami and Orlando. There will also be additional dedicated trains continuing to serve the Miami to West Palm Beach corridor.
According to a Brightline press release, even its least expensive class of service (known as SMART) can be called business class.
Passengers in SMART class will enjoy hand-stitched leather seats, complimentary Starlink WiFi, multiple power and USB outlets and an array of food and beverages available for purchase.
A press release said that kids tickets are priced from just $39.
For a family of two adults and two children, pricing on Brightline’s website is showing at $197.50 one way, which works out to be just over $49 per person.
There also an option for Premium tickets, including a dedicated lounge, better seating, and free snacks and drinks. Those tickets start at $149 each way.