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The Montes Urales – Mexico City International Airport route is anticipated to be popular due to its short 10-minute ride The Montes Urales – Mexico City International Airport route is anticipated to be popular due to its short 10-minute ride

Voom Helicopter Booking Platform Enters Mexico

Mexico City has welcomed Voom, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Airbus Helicopters, after it launched its helicopter booking platform into the Mexican capital.

Mexico City is the second city to launch Voom, since it has a population of 23.9 million people, and boasts a substantial helicopter infrastructure with more than 200 helipads within its metro area. Mexico also has a dedicated air traffic control for helicopters, allowing for more efficient air transportation.

Voom will be available at several locations, including; Montes Urales and Interlomas, plus Mexico City International Airport and Toluca International Airport.

Operating as an on-demand helicopter booking platform, Voom allows passengers to request a seat on a helicopter within minutes. By providing a more efficient transportation option to daily commuters, it aims to address challenges associated with rush-hour traffic by offering an alternative form of transportation within some of the world’s most congested cities.