NEW SKY ADVENTURE TOURISM ACTIVITIES INTRODUCED IN INDIA
Modair, one of India’s leading adventure travel companies, has begun offering exciting sky adventure tourism services first time in India.
Modair specialises in multiple flying activities like adventure flying, cockpit flying and sky-diving among others.
Recently, the government of India has given a new push to domestic travel with the campaign “Dekho Apna Desh” to reenergise domestic tourism to revive the economy. According to the Dekho Apna Desh Pledge campaign, avid travellers who are able to visit at least 15 tourist destinations spread across different parts of the country by the year 2022 will be given an exciting prize which might include tour packages and tickets to exotic places.
Modair has come up with a wide range of air adventure tourism services with an eye on expanding its footprints across the globe. Modair has already started its operations from Neemrana and Aligarh Airports initially.
Atul Jain, Modair’s chairman, said: “Enthused by the government’s renewed commitment towards boosting domestic tourism, we have launched sky adventure tourism in India with the aim to support the economy to grow on the back of domestic spending in tourism sector. While we have already introduced a wide range of air adventure tourism services, we further look forward to come up with many more exciting offerings for adventure travel connoisseurs to explore great number of world-class tourist attractions in India. All our efforts are intended to help support Indian economy by giving a boost to investment in India’s price competitive tourism sector.”
Modair offers a range of corporate packages: A single person seat, behind the pilot, is priced at €102; sitting next to the pilot is priced at €249. The flight ride lasts up to 30 minutes and flights take place between 10am and 5pm.
Modair offers entirely bespoke experience to the adventure air tourism enthusiasts through their private jets and a wide bouquet of adventure sports offerings.
Photo – top of page a Cessna – similar to those used by Modair, India – copyright Maria Teneva / Unsplash