Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant drove to three helicopter services in Goa in association with Blade India on Friday. “These services are essential for the tourism, medical emergency and commercial purposes of Goa. Visitors and locals will be able to access the service,” he said. After the launch, he said, “Heli tourism will allow Goa to explore the interior of India in a way that it has never been before” and promised that the government would gladly support initiatives to promote tourism in the state.
Provide seating helicopter services for incoming travelers in Goa by connecting Goa Airport to North, South Goa and Old Goa Airport, and private charter services and experience flights to and from Maharashtra. The shores of the state.
With this launch, BLADE India aims to make Goa more accessible and sail for travelers to explore bounties and hidden gems at their own pace.
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Sawant emphasized the introduction of heli-tourism services in the state for better connectivity and access for travelers and locals.
After overwhelming response in Maharashtra and Karnataka, BLADE India is rapidly expanding its footprint in the country and is gearing up to enter Goa, India’s most preferred vacation destination.
“The true beauty of India lies in the Bharat-interior. These interiors are difficult to reach today, so we need solutions based on helicopters. Head of Airbus Helicopters in India and South Asia.
Gulghlani thinks helicopters will play a key role in unlocking Goa’s true potential when it comes to tourism, and that “Goa can lead the rest of the country when it comes to tourism.”
Commenting on the introduction of the new routes, Mr Amit Dutta, MD of Blade India, says, “The purpose of the heli-tourism services is to make the places more accessible with short-haul air travel. Goa Airport and North-South Goa are always disconnected. And an equally painful point for locals. The goal is to reduce the gap between the two places and help develop by connecting local communities and businesses ”.
BLADE is an Urban Air Mobility (UAM) platform that is committed to reducing travel friction with personalized flight experience and enabling time-efficient air transport alternatives to the busiest and inaccessible ground routes in India.
Blade India is a joint venture between Blade Urban Air Mobility Inc, headquartered in New York, and New Delhi-based Venture Capital Firm, Hunch Ventures, which opened in 2019 in Maharashtra.
With the Blade, Mumbai-Pune-Shirdi-Hilton can book seats via Shillim and Ambi Valley on scheduled flights in Maharashtra; Bangalore, Evolve Back Resorts in Karnataka, Coorg and Kabini, Mercara Golf Course, Madikeri or Charter all over the country and abroad.
Airbus has partnered with Fleet Extensions to expand its short-term air mobility services in India and further explore and expand UAM in the country.
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