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You can now book a helicopter ride to your destination

Mitzi Santos

April 3rd, 2019

  • EASY ROCK TRAVEL ARTICLE 40419

    Getting tired of the usual traffic situation in EDSA? And it seems like you just want to up the game and just be extra ’cause wala ka lang mapagkagastusan? Great news! There is now a new ride-sharing experience that you can consider when you have a fight to catch or an important meeting to attend to.

    Ascent is a helicopter ride-sharing platform designed for urban air mobility taking passengers to certain locations that you can check on their website.

    Seems like beating the traffic would cost you more and for someone who is very punctual and has the means to spend that much to be on time, this helicopter ride-sharing platform is the new thing!  No need to stand in line for a UV ride or get in stuck for hours in traffic. Ascent ensures that their flights meet safety standards. “We’ve worked relentlessly to ensure the highest level of safety. To do so, we’ve collaborated collaborated closely with the regulators and have applied the highest industry standards to our [curated] partners on the ground and in-flight.”

    If you can’t beat the traffic, there is always a solution to that and that is if you are willing to burn cash for a 10-minute helicopter ride.

    Here are the available flights as listed on Spot.ph:

    Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) to SM North EDSA in Quezon City

    Travel time: 15 minutes
    Price: From P9,900 to P10,900 per person

    NAIA to V&A Law Center in Bonifacio Global City (BGC)

    Travel time: 10 minutes
    Price: P8,900

    NAIA to INAEC Clark Hangar in Clark, Pampanga

    Travel time: 30 minutes
    Price: P24,900

     

    Each passenger is allowed to bring a carry-on luggage with a maximum weight of 10 kilograms and you can pay using Paypal or Dragonpay.

    What do you think of this innovation? Share with us your thoughts about this new helicopter-ride sharing platform in the comment section below.

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