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Air taxi service stars from Haryana, more such in the pipeline

India’s first small aircraft taxi service was inaugurated by Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar. The flight will operate from Chandigarh to Hisar, and has been developed under the UDAN scheme of the central government. During the inauguration ceremony, the Chief Minister of Haryana handed over a boarding pass to the first passenger of the aircraft. The service is being operated by Air Taxi Aviation Company.

The air taxis have four seats, one for the pilot, and three for the passengers, and the distance between the two places is covered in 45 minutes. You have to pay an affordable INR 1755 per seat. There will be a scheduled flight daily, which will take off even if there is one passenger, making it very convenient for anyone who wants to fly.

This is not all, the air taxi service is planning to start an air service between Hisar and Dehradun starting January 18, and Hisar to Dharamshala on January 23. Furthermore, there are plans to start services to Shimla, and Kullu.

The UDAN scheme under the central government aims to bring air-connectivity between metros and Tier-2, and Tier-3 cities across India.

This is a positive message for travellers, especially during this time of a global pandemic. You do not have to travel to your favourite destinations in the Himalayas in crowded buses, and trains, or commercial airlines. Just three of you can swiftly make a getaway to your favourite destination, and know that you are not exposed to too many people on the way.



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