For most Malaysians, festivals and traffic jams are an expected occurrence. It is normal to hear Malaysians spent long hours to
1. Book a ride just like you booked for a taxi!
Heli Outpost Sdn Bhd, is now in the midst of creating a new app called Heli Taxi will enable smartphone users to book helicopter service that will fly them to their destinations. It is as easy as booking a ride on your favourite taxi!
According to the company’s chief executive officer Faiz Fahmi Sazali, 30, the app was conceptualised on ‘real-time location tracking’. It also has a payment system for easy access by customers and can change the booking method used from manual to digital.
2. They also offer Helicopter Tour around KL and Langkawi
Heli Outpost Sdn Bhd has been offering Helicopter Tour for tourist for the past few years. The services offer tourists to fly around the Langkawi island and Kuala Lumpur. Tourists can choose from city tour to mountain tour, to island tour and other private trips.
3. Go back kampung like a boss
For Heli Taxi, people can book a helicopter ride to fly to their destinations, for example, to fly from Alor Setar to Ipoh. Well, if you are tired of stuck in jams during the
Currently, there are eleven helicopters available for customers, namely six Robinson 44 aircraft that can accommodate four passengers, including the pilot and five Robinson 66 models to carry five passengers.
Three helicopters are stationed in Langkawi island with all flights operated by Cempaka Helicopter Corporation Sdn Bhd which has an operating licence.
4. Heli Outpost has over 5,000 passengers annually
The helicopter tours received a good response and in the first three years of operation, it recorded 5,000 passengers annually. The company recorded the highest number thus far at 18,000 passengers an average of 20 flights per day.
If you wish to know more about the Heli Tour or perhaps planning for a surprise gift for your loved one, you can go to their website here.