Helicopter Joy Ride In Hyderabad

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The government of Telangana Tourism development has taken an initiative to introduce the concept of Helicopter Joy Ride in Hyderabad. After experiencing the joy of travelling in a hot air balloon in December, denizens will now get an opportunity to enjoy a 10-minute long helicopter ride. The citizens of Hyderabad will very soon get an opportunity to view the city of Hyderabad aerially by sitting in a helicopter for just Rs. 4000.They will be able to view the city of pearls from the top.

Helicopter Joy Ride In Hyderabad

The main aim of this initiative is to give an unforgettable view and experience to the people in Hyderabad. Explore the beauty of Hyderabad city from over 1500 feet with a 10-minute helicopter ride. This is the chance to gift your loved ones, the memories of a lifetime. A first of its kind plan to take tourists on an exciting helicopter ride, the helicopter ride is all set to begin in March.

Bell 407 Interior Configuration

Bell 407 Interior Configuration
Bell 407 Interior Configuration

Starts from People’s Plaza, Tank Bund. Justifying the Aerial View, i.e, Bird’s eye view of the Beautiful and historical twin cities of Hyderabad having taken off from People’s Plaza, Necklace Road and Touring Tank bund with Buddha Statue, Birla Mandir, Salarjung Museum, Golconda Fort, Falaknuma Palace, Ramoji Film City, Hitech City, Gachibowli Stadium, and back to Necklace Road.

  • The service is offered by ‘Indwell Aviation Pvt. Ltd’
  • Events Starts: 09th April 2017
  • Event Ends: 14th April  2017
  • Timings: 9 a.m to 5 p.m
  • Price Per Head: 3499/-
  • Tickets Per hour:20
  • Starting Point: People’s Plaza Necklace Road.
  • Slots Per Hour: 5 slots
  • The interested may contact for bookings on +919447777110

Covering Point:

  1. • Birla Mandir
  2. • Budha Statue
  3. • Charminar 
  4. • Falaknuma Palace
  5. • Salarjung Museum
  6. • Hi Tech City
  7. • Golconda Fort
  8. • Assembly
  9. • City high cort
  10. • Public gardens

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Helicopter Joy Ride Event:

The event will be conducted by Indwell Aviation Pvt. Ltd and the cost for the joy ride would be Rs 3,499 (one joy ride + one-day event entry) for a single person. If a person just wants to attend the fest, the one-day entry would cost Rs 999 for a single ticket. Apart from the joy ride, the fest will also include live concerts by some famous singers (Drums with Ilayaraja), Special celebrity performance Bollywood DJ with a cocktail party, the Musical night with Bollywood singer Mr. Badshah, fire dance, belly dance, fashion shows, laser shows etc.

Helicopter Tourism in Telangana India

Helicopter Joy Ride: Tourists to the state will be able to get a bird’s-eye view of some of the most scenic spots from next year, from helicopters. The Telangana Tourism Development Corporation is going to offer an aerial view of Hyderabad from a helicopter in March 2016. The introduction of heli-tourism enables the tourist to see Hyderabad tourism from choppers. The rides over selected tourism spots, historical places and natural reserves are made easy to view which was inaccessible or difficult to visit. Besides heli-tourism, seaplanes and hot-air balloons will also be launched for the tourist.

Hyderabad Helicopter Tourism in Telangana Review:

Telangana Tribal Tourism: The State Government also has plans to encourage eco and tribal tourism to attract more and more foreign tourists. The plans of Tourism Department were discussed in a review meeting conducted by Minister for Tourism and
Tribal Welfare A. Chandulal.

Permission in Process: The corporation has written to the Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) seeking permission for the helicopter tours, as the copters may have to fly over airbases at Dundigal and Hakimpet and the airports at Begumpet and Shamshabad.

If all goes well, the helicopter sightseeing service may start in January or February next. “We will invite global tenders for hiring one or two 20-seater helicopters for the heli-tours,” said former DGP and chairman of TSTDC P. Ramulu. Adilabad, Warangal, Mahbubnagar and Khammam are known for their beauty. “I once flew over Warangal and found it very enchanting. Ditto with Adilabad and Mahabubnagar, Our long rivers will be a pleasure to watch. So also Nallamala Hills and the other forest areas. But it will be a costly affair,” he said.

Stating that plans were afoot to encourage eco and tribal tourism in the catchment areas of Godavari and Krishna rivers, the minister said, Nallamala forest area, including Somasila, Farhabad, Mallelateertham and Srisailam, would be suitable for eco-tourism. Besides, Medaram, Laknavaram, Tadwai, Mallur and Gattamma areas could be potential areas for tribal tourism, he explained.

The government is also planning to develop Boudha, Jain and Ramayana tourism circuits, Mr. Chandulal said, and directed the officials to make arrangements for conducting an international pearls festival in January.

Fare Charges and online Booking:

The price will be fixed depending on what the corporation has to pay the companies leasing out the helicopters. “We will try to make it affordable to the best of our ability,” along with adding online booking.

Mr Ramulu said the Centre had recently sanctioned Rs 99 crore to the state to develop ecological tourism.

Chairman of Telangana State Tourism Development Corporation Pervaram Ramulu, Tourism Advisor K.V. Ramanachary, Tourism Secretary Burra Venkatesham, MD of TSTDC Christina Z. Chongthu and others participated.