Modair presents Sky Adventure Tourism activities for the first time in India – ThePrint
New Delhi [India], July 26 (ANI / NewsView): Boosting adventure tourism in India, in line with government commitment to Atmanirbhar Bharat across all strata of the economy, Modair, one of India’s leading companies of Adventure Travel, has started offering exciting Sky Adventure Tourist Services for the first time in India.
Modair specializes in multiple flight activities such as adventure flight, cockpit flight and skydiving, among others.
Recently, the Indian government has given new impetus to domestic travel with the “Dekho Apna Desh” campaign to revitalize domestic tourism in order to revive the economy. Inspired by the same, Modair has developed a wide range of air adventure tourism services with the aim of expanding its footprints across the world. Modair has already started operations from Neemrana and Aligarh airports as a first step.
Atul Jain, Chairman of Modair, said: “Excited by the government’s renewed commitment to boost domestic tourism, we have launched Sky Adventure Tourism in India with the aim of supporting the growth of the economy through domestic spending in the tourism sector. Although we have already introduced a wide range of air adventure tourism services, we are also looking forward to providing many other exciting offers for those who are connoisseurs of adventure travel to explore a large number of top class tourist attractions. world in India. All of our efforts are aimed at helping to support the Indian economy by stimulating investments in the Indian tourism sector at a competitive price.
Modair offers a fully tailor-made experience for fans of adventure air tourism through their private jets and a wide range of adventure sports offers. Previously, people / or enthusiasts traveled abroad for adventure air tourism, but now, thanks to the advent of Modair, they no longer need to leave the country to quench their thirst for adventure.
Under the able leadership of its CEO Varun Mittal, the company is poised to reach new heights. Mr. Mittal has 18 years of aviation experience with various airlines, including Air India and SpiceJet. Modair offers a wide range of corporate packages: for a solo ride it’s 9000 INR / – + TPS (behind the pilot’s seat), while the pilot’s seat flying as a co-pilot costs 22000 / – + GST. The flight lasts up to 30 minutes and can only be used between 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
Introducing such adventure activities for the first time in India, Modair also offers travelers the freedom to customize their sightseeing activities to suit their own itinerary, destinations and schedule.
India’s leading air adventure tourism service provider, Modair specializes in multiple flight activities for air adventure tourism enthusiasts. It is through their private jets that they offer a wide range of adventure sports offers such as adventure flight, cockpit flight and parachuting among others with a range of customization possibilities.
Modair offers a wide range of corporate packages: for a solo ride it’s 9000 INR / – + TPS (behind the pilot’s seat), while the pilot’s seat flying as a co-pilot costs 22000 / – + GST. The flight lasts up to 30 minutes and can only be used between 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
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