The first air taxi service India in India has started from Chandigarh to Hisar. Inaugurated by Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattarunder the UDAN scheme of the Central Government on Thursday, the taxi service features a total of 4 seats among which 1 is dedicated to the piolet and the other three are for the passengers. 

Speaking on the occasion, CM Khattar said, “For the first time in the country, a small aircraft in the form of an air taxi is being used for services.”

Air Taxi Aviation Company is operating the aircraft service. With a range of 742 nautical miles, this air taxi is the lightest twin-engine plane in the world. If you are wondering what is the air taxi Hisar booking price, it is Rs.  Rs 1755 for one person. 45-minute air taxi Hisar booking can be done online. Per seat, a subsidy is provided by the government to the airlines for better connectivity with smaller towns. The Aviation company has ensured all govt. guidelines are met to ensure the safety of the flyers opting for air taxi service in India. This is beneficial especially amidst the COVID-19 pandemic as people can now travel to their favourite destination without exposing themselves to too many people in a crowded bus, trains, or commercial airlines.

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 The advantage of booking air taxi service Chandigarh is that it will take off at its scheduled time even if only one passenger has booked a seat. This will ensure no travel plans are cancelled. Many more such services will begin from various other destinations soon. The centre has already started air taxi service between Hisar and Dehradun from January 18. Hisar to Dharamshala air taxi service will begin from January 23. Then, the plan is to start services to Kullu and Shimla. As per reports, the airline has a total of 26 routes under Regional Connectivity Scheme (RCS) UDAN. The main aim with air taxi service in India is to strengthen the air-connectivity between metro cities and Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities.The Centre has also decided to offer subsidies to airline companies coming under the UDAN project after considering passenger load on flights.

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