Air Taxi Philippines

Airtaxi Philippines

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Five-minute Manila? Business people turn to air transport to avoid congestion.

MANILA, Philippines - It took a little over two and a half ours to get from Pasig City to Pasay City and crawl through the dense air field congestion, which included a particularly poor 2-kilometer route that left me trapped in a vehicle for more than half an hour. In the air, on board one of the Asian Aerospace choppers, we were able to reach 4 towns in Metro Manila in just over 10-minute time.

However, as the Filipino metropolitan area continues to experience a decline in air congestion, making intercity transportation a one-hour journey, the wealthy and mighty are turning to air transportation as their favorite means of transportation. AirTaxi, a recently introduced AirTaxi services, gives business people and multi-national business leaders 50,000 P per capita per day on Asian Aerospace's jet and helicopter family.

Costs may be too high for the normal commute, but Peter Angelo Rodriguez, Asian Aerospace executive vice-president, believes it's an accessible proposition for managers who don't want to spend whole working hours in the infamous Manila congestion. PH, introduced in January 2016, offers Emerald Class members a stress-free journey.

In order to make a reservation, members only need to call Asian Aerospace and specify the pick-up times and locations. Mr Rodriguez said that the firm currently has choppers and airplanes based in Manila, Clark, Cebu and Boracay. 50,000 P per month is usable and varies depending on the model of airplane the customer wishes.

Thus, for example, an Inter-Metro-Manila voyage with a 6-seater twin-engine chopper will be 42,000 P. In the meantime, customers who purchase an additional Boracay flight chopper costing 13,500 P per flight can purchase 3 monthly departures. Rodriguez said since the launch in January that there had been increasing interest and constructive response from their current customer bases, who are turning to air travellers to prevent long tailbacks and to get to their meetings in time.

He said the facility is convenient for deployment in Manila because of the helicopter available in areas such as Ortigas, Makati and Bonifacio Global City. "Anything between Metro Manila takes five mins. Apart from offering his customers a quicker trip, Rodriguez showed an offset of more businesses going on the airway.

Often traveling in backpacks or bodyguard escorts, the provision of air transportation means that these VIPs' cars are off the roads and do not contribute to floor overloading. Apart from its practicality, Rodriguez said that the ministry can also be used for recreation, health needs and emergency assistance.

For example, in the beloved Boracay islands resort, the airline provides a Green Heli hot air tour operator that provides tourist travel by heli. Asia Aerospace also has air clinics staffed with health care professionals who can react to customer emergencies. The Asian Aerospace offer for a Manila chopper was made about two month after the two beloved Uber and Grab app-based car-sharing companies said they would offer their own chopper operations to complement their car-hauling offer.

GrabHeli's helicopter services offer travellers a flight through Makati City, Bonifacio Global City and Pasay City for 3,888 P per each. GrabCar promotion code is given to each passenger to take them to or from the PhilJets helicopter landing pad at Manila Domestic Airport. However, the services were an advertising presence.

Grab Mobil no longer shows an optional selection to choose the GrabHeli servic. Rodriguez found the price of Grab "very cheap" for a flight by heli. However, he also pointed out that there was only one flight instead of a point-to-point travel arrangement. Rodriguez said PH would implement a similar system for its customers, saying they would look at a carpool system once they have established their client pool.

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