It is a dream of lakhs and crores of devotees to travel to Andhra Pradesh and visit the religious places in Tirumala and Tirupati. The divine journey of travelling to these places and praying feels simply extraordinary. Though the temples are surrounded by massive crowds and bustle of devotees, the experience seems like a spiritual healing feeling. And now you can visit these cities and experience their glory riding on a helicopter. Yes, you heard that right. With the new launch of FlyBlade India, this air journey is now possible!
Here’s All You Need To Know About Return Helicopter Services Between Bengaluru & Tirupati Airport
BLADE Air Mobility, Inc. and Hunch Ventures joined hands for a new venture named FlyBlade India (BLADE India). This collaboration launched helicopter services between Bengaluru and Tirupati Airport that allows passengers to visit Tirupati and Tirumala from the Karnataka capital and return on the same day. This new facility is a part of the expansion plan of FlyBlade India.
- Tourists can avail of these helicopter services only “on-demand” basis.
- 5 passengers can take a ride in this helicopter at once.
- The journey begins from the Bengaluru airport between 9:15 AM to 9:30 AM.
- The time of the return journey is between 4 PM to 4:15 PM.
- The price of booking the ride is ₹3,50,000 + GST.
The Journey To Reach Tirupati Is Improving!
It is no doubt that FlyBlade India’s helicopter services are going to play a major role in strengthening the connectivity to Tirupati and enjoy a seamless journey at the same time. The air connectivity saves tons of time than any other mode of transportation between these two cities. In less time and utmost comfort, you can now reach Tirupati from Bengaluru and return the same day as well.
You can book your helicopter to travel between Bengaluru and Tirupati on the website of BLADE India. Another way to complete the booking is to contact the Flier Relations team by dialing 1800 102 5233.
Are you ready to go on a devotional journey to Tirupati and Tirumala with FlyBlade India’s new charter helicopters?
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