Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Seaplanes in Maharashtra to Link Mumbai With Coastal Areas

Foreign holidaymakers buying flights tickets to visit Mumbai, Maharashtra will soon have an option of travelling via seaplanes to other holiday spots in the west-central state of India.

With a purpose to cut down time on road journeys to the well-known regions located on coast and in proximity to dams, the Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) in association with India based MEHAIR is going to run seaplanes from April. 

Tourists making tickets reservations for amphibious flights can easily jaunt the nearby regions like Lavasa, Murud Janjira, Trimbakeshwar, Harihareshwar, Ganpatipule, Bushi and Pavana dam. The authorities assure that they will offer reasonable air fares for flights that will take off from Juhu airport in India’s financial powerhouse, Mumbai. 

Passengers contemplating a tour to these places can buy tickets for initial routes starting from the metropolis to Pavana Dam (22 minutes), Lavasa (25 minutes) and Murud Janjira (25 minutes).

The officials also revealed that the services could extend to other destinations such as Tarkarli, Murud-Janjira and Shirdi. 

Mumbai enjoy immense popularity among international travellers and lure them to look for cheap deals on tickets for flights arriving in India. With an introduction of amphibious aircraft, tourists can take advantage of wide connectivity and swift journey and make their trip all the more rewarding.

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