People have to shell out minimum fare of Rs 2,999 for a 20 minute-long ride between Shimla and Chandigarh
GN Bureau | May 28, 2018
Pawan Hans Ltd in collaboration with Himachal Pradesh Government has launched Heli Taxi between Shimla and Chandigarh to promote Heli Tourism in the state.
People have to shell out minimum fare of Rs 2,999 for a 20 minute-long ride between Shimla and Chandigarh and a 20-seater chopper to ferry passengers has been pressed into service by PHL.
The chopper will take off from Shimla at 8 am and reach Chandigarh within 20 minutes. For passengers planning their journey from Chandigarh to Shimla, the flight will take off at 9 am from Chandigarh airport.
In the initial phase of the service, chopper ride will be available every Monday and Friday and the frequency will be increased depending upon the passenger influx.
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