Guys, now you will be able to travel via helicopter from Mumbai to Pune and vice-versa at a whopping 50 percent off. BLADE India is starting Mumbai-Pune chopper services from November 3, 2020. Cost per person for a one-way travel is ₹18000+taxes. And guess what, if you make a return journey, you can grab 50 percent off on your return ticket. Your return fare is going to be ₹9000+taxes. And your overall Mumbai-Pune helicopter travel will be sorted at ₹27,000. Isn’t that a great deal? Read on to know more.
Take A Round-Trip On A BLADE Helicopter Paying Just 50% Of The Return Fare
BLADE India offers comfortable private chopper rides between cities like Pune, Mumbai and Shirdi. Fliers can take helicopters from Pune to Mumbai, Mumbai to Shirdi and Pune to Shirdi and the reverse routes. BLADE India was offering private charters between these destinations amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, they are also resuming their fly-by-seat facilities and Mumbai-Pune helicopters will start plying on November 3. And if you book a round trip via BLADE, you’ll get a 50 percent off on your return fare. On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, they will fly in and out of Mahalaxmi and on Thursday and Friday from Juhu Aerodrome. In Pune, they will fly in and out of EON IT Park, Kharadi.
You Can Book Your Seat In A BLADE Chopper From The Blade India App
The helicopter taxis of BLADE drastically reduce the travel time between Mumbai and Pune. The helicopters will fly from Juhu and Mahalaxmi and the ride will be a mere 20 minutes (a 20 minute ride but 30 minutes extra for boarding etc) bringing down the travel time by at least 2-3 hours. To book a private charter, one can call up the BLADE India customer care at 1-800-102-5233 and communicate the requirements. For shared services, BLADE India helicopters operate in a similar way like Ola and Uber taxis. Customers can book the shared choppers through the BLADE India app, just like booking an UberPool ride.
BLADE India has implemented various safety measures to ensure safe travel amid the pandemic. All pilots, passengers, and BLADE employees will undergo touchless thermal screenings. Passengers and employees need to wear masks and face shields. Pilots and employees will also have to wear sanitary gloves. The sanitization personnel will electrostatically decontaminate the helicopter interiors using an airline-grade fogging system before every flight. For now, enjoy a virtual chopper ride over the Great Ocean Road, Melbourne, in a minute: