You Can Soon Commute In Charter Aircraft The Way You Do Ola And UberKC-100 Naraon (Korea Aerospace Industries/Wikimedia Commons)

Prepare to fly from one place to another but using the familiar Uber/Ola model as aircraft charter companies gear up to offer services similar to aggregators at fares up to 50 per cent cheaper, reported the Times of India.

A flyer will be able to choose from various aircraft on one platform with these services. There are 129 general aviation operators in the country – 60 of them have fixed-wing aircraft in their fleets while the remainder have only helicopters, said the report.

According to Jet-SetGo co-founder, Kanika Tekriwal, key to reducing the flight time, and therefore the cost, is positioning aircraft strategically across the country and matching demand and supply more efficiently.

Will this be a step towards making our transport three-dimensional? And if yes, are we prepared for three-dimensional transport?

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