The Moscow to St. Petersburg Double-Decker Train (N 005/006) was introduced in 2015. The Double-Decker is an overnight train running daily and making only one stop during its journey. It departs from Moscow and St. Petersburg at 22.50 and arrives 8 hours later at 06.45 in Moscow and 06.47 in St. Petersburg. Each carriage is equipped with air conditioning and heating systems, energy-saving LED lights, a video surveillance system and 3 WCs at the end of the car. Both 1st and 2nd class tickets are available. The first-class carriage can accommodate up to 30 people while the second class car accommodates 64 passengers. Each cabin has 2 AC sockets, a table, a mirror, individual lighting and stairs to climb to the upper berths. Unlike most other Russian trains, there is no luggage storage above the upper berths. Bed linen, a cold meal and drinking water is included in the ticket price. A cabin for disabled passengers and persons accompanying them is equipped in the staff car. The restaurant car offers a wide range of meals that passengers can purchase with cash or credit card.