AirTaxi India has a fleet of 4-seater Tecnam P2006T twin-engine aircrafts.
India’s first Air Taxi service has been launched in Chandigarh, under the government’s UDAN scheme.
The service is being run by AirTaxi India. In the first phase, the company will operate Air Taxi services on the Chandigarh – Hisar route. On January 18, the company will start a flight from Hisar to Dehradun and in the third phase (Jan 23) Chandigarh – Dehradun and Hisar – Dharamsala routes will be introduced. The company also plans to connect Shimla, Kullu and other places in Haryana with the Air Taxi service.
AirTaxi India has a fleet of Tecnam P2006T twin-engine aircrafts. These can seat up to 4 people.
The government’s UDAN scheme aims to connect tier 2 and tier 3 cities with larger metros. More than 300 routes are already operational.
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