Last Updated: July 27 2021
Watching movies we Indians crave adventure sports like sky diving or maybe cockpit flying. Understanding these sentiments Modair, one of India’s leading adventure travel companies, has begun offering exciting Sky Adventure Tourism services first time in India.
Modair has started Sky Adventure Tourism operations from Neemrana and Aligarh Airports initially New Delhi, Delhi, India.
Modair has 15 small aircraft in its fleet, including 5 Cessna-172 that are used for aero sports.
For sky-diving, the aircraft P2006T of Italian firm Tecnam goes to a height of 10,000 feet from where parachuters dive from aircraft.
Modair specializes 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 reenergize domestic tourism to revive the economy.
Modair also offers a wide range of corporate packages: For joy ride – single person, it is INR 9000/- +GST (Behind the pilot seat), while pilot seat flying as a co-pilot costs 22000/- +GST. The flight ride lasts upto 30 minutes and can be availed only between 10 am and 5 pm. Introducing such adventure activities first time in India, Modair also provides the travellers the liberty of customising their tourism activities in terms of their own route, destinations, and schedule.
Mr. Atul Jain, Chairman, Modair 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.”