Moscow or emulate the practice of many foreign megacities to enable on-time helicopter flights. A business plan in Moscow has just begun to test flights in the suburbs of Moscow and the Moscow ring roads in 2020 – from the city to the airport.
Alexei Fedotov, head of corporate partnership at the "Jetikes Taxi", told reporters that Moscow has followed the practice of many foreign megacities to enable on-time helicopter flights.
The "Yajie Kesi Taxi" company recently signed an agreement with a technical company under the Russian helicopter company at the Moscow Air Show in 2019 to create a mobile system software over the big city. After the safety factor and operational capacity have been determined, the program will begin testing in the suburbs of Moscow and the Moscow ring road region in 2020 – from the city to the airport.
Fedotov stressed that urban helicopter transportation is not new, and the big cities such as New York City, Toronto City, Sydney, and Rio de Janeiro have already developed.
After signing, he said: "For people, this new project is a way to show the 'Yajiekesi Taxi' enterprise optimization algorithm, which helps everyone manage the method time reasonably and enable the on-time helicopter flight. Significantly reduce the cost of aviation for each passenger."
The Corporate News Service stated that there will be a "flying" mobile app in the future, showing the choice of replacing the ride with some helicopters on the road.
Alexander Johannho, general manager of "Russian Helicopter Technical", told the Russian Foreign Ministry that the price of "flying" in Moscow for 15 minutes is estimated to be around 3000 rubles ($45).
She said: "International practice experience, the cost of aviation for 15 minutes is about 50 US dollars per person. Moscow helicopter taxi business seat program costs 3000 rubles per person, the general seat 2700 rubles."