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Intra-City Chopper Service to and from Bengaluru Airport to Start Next Week

Chopper Service in Bangalore
Source: BLADE India

Transportation between Bengaluru Airport and the city can now be just a matter of 15 minutes! Yes, the current two-hour-long journey from Bengaluru city to Kempegowda International Airport in Devanahalli (or vice versa) is going to take not more than 15 minutes, thanks to BLADE India (an urban air mobility company), which is all set to begin chopper services to and from BLR airport, starting from October 10. 

BLADE India has partnered with Hunch Ventures to launch the airport chopper service in Bengaluru. Two helicopters will be operated between Bengaluru Airport and Hindustan Aeronautics Limited Airport (HAL); five days a week. The chopper, with a seating capacity of 5 people, will take off from the airport at 9:00 IST and the return flight is scheduled at 16:15 IST. The fare for each passenger is set at INR 3,250.  

Initially, the chopper service to Bangalore Airport will be available only from HAL. Very soon, BLADE hopes to begin helicopter operations from Whitefield and Electronic City to the airport. 

Being a megacity and the Silicon Valley of India, Bengaluru is infamous for its crammed roads and never-ending traffic. Air travelers who have arrived in Bengaluru can avoid sitting through long hours in traffic, and just fly over the congested roads to reach the city from the airport. 

Isn’t this intra-city chopper service to and from Bengaluru airport a great solution to ease congestion on roads, especially during peak traffic hours? You can opt for this quickest, easiest, and hassle-free transportation option to get to the city from the airport and save nearly 100 minutes! And to save big on airfare, book Indian Eagle flights to Bengaluru. You can also reach out to Indian Eagle customer care specialists and get the cheapest international tickets booked for you, even at the last minute.

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