Date: 2018-02-22 18:26:14
Did you guys ever saw the Bengaluru traffic? We already know, it's really jam-packed. So Bengaluru people don't worry we got you an amazing news. In a couple of days, Bengaluru city will have their own "Udne Wali Taxi"!! I mean Helicopter Taxi.
Report From: Conde Nast Traveller
The company called Thumby Aviation has started it's helicopter taxi service from Kempegowda International Airport to Electronic City, Phase 1 and HAL Airport.
Tickets prices are a lil more expensive and it will cost around Rs. 4,130 per ticket(inclusive of taxes). It includes the drive from the Bangalore airport terminal to the helipad premises. Up to 15kg, you can take your luggage but if it is more than that you have to loose your pocket a lil more.
The exact date is yet to be announced. The journey from these two destinations usually takes 2 hours of time by road, after this service it will take maximum 15-20 minutes to reach.
The helicopter will take three round trips from Bangalore's Kempegowda International Airport (KIA) and Electronic City from 6.30am to 9.30am. Another three round-trips will be from 3.00pm to 6.15pm.
It is a four-blade helicopter.
Single-engine Bell 407 chopper.
Can seat up to six people at a time.
You have to install an app named as Heli Taxii mobile app. The app will fully function from 23 February 2018, so, for now, you can select 'Fly Later' button and fill in your details like the pickup and final destination name, No. of seats to book, luggage details etc.
Delhi kya bolte ho? Do we need alot of helicopters like these? Or We will end up having traffic in the sky too!!
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