The world’s highest railway line which is under construction will be equipped with aircraft-like pressurizedcoaches.

The under-construction Bilaspur-Manali-Leh line along the India-China border will be the world’s highest railway track which will have the highest road point of 5360 metres above mean sea level, is comparable only to the Quinghai-Tibet Railway Line in China, which is at a height of around 2000 metres above sea level.

The decision was taken to ensure that passengers do not suffer nosebleeds and breathing problems while travelling at such a high altitude. In September this year, Jet Airways passengers were left nose bleeding mid-air after the crew forgot to switch on the cabin pressurisation system, which maintains the pressure inside an aircraft to comfortable levels as it climbs out.

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