KATHMANDU, July 12: Prabhu Helicopter had started visualization service from five helicopters. Prabhu Helicopter started its service from 1 helicopter since 2015 and now after investing more amount of money it has been operating 5 helicopters onward.
Recently, two new helicopters have been added to service by Prabhu Company whereas 1 helicopter was added previously on each year 2016 and 2017. The company has brought a Robinson-R66 brand 4 built in the U.S. and Robinson- R44 brand in operation. Apart from the pilots, four passengers at Robinson R- 66 and three passengers from Robinson R-44 can travel at one time.
The company has invested six hundred million rupees in the helicopters. The operation Manager of the Company, Ranesh Dangol said that the helicopter is very useful for the tourists to overview the surrounding area from Pokhara. He said that the company, which has been serving from three helicopters, will now provide regular services from the five helicopters.
The helicopter will be useful for both visualization and rescuing the people. “We have started visualizing scenes from Pokhara for the first time in Nepal,” he said. “We have added the helicopter to expand the investment due to the increase in tourism.” According to Dongol, the investment has been expanded because the demand for helicopters for scenery, rescue and charter. Along with Ranesh Dangol, Binod Thakali, Devi Prakash Bhattachan and Echhya Bahadur Dangol have invested in the helicopter.
Three of the five helicopters will be operated in Pokhara whereas two of them will be operated in Kathmandu, said Dinesh Manarjan,Station and Business development manager. Special package will be provided for the tourists interested to see the surroundings of Himalayas.
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