The Airavat buses with toilet facilities will now be called Airavat Superia and those with both toilets and inhouse pantry will be named Airavat Bliss. KSRTC had announced such an initiative on April 20 to make long-distance travelling a world-class experience for its passengers, particularly for elderly and those with kids.
KSRTC officials said that the toilets will be cleaned by maintenance staff of KSRTC and the food provided will be outsourced to a private vendor.
Of the six buses to have such facilities are the ones bound for Chennai and Tirupati. Also, two Airavat Bliss buses will have live television sets fixed behind the passenger seats. They will also be Wi-Fi enabled and can be tracked by the Global Positioning System (GPS).