New Startup introduces Helicopter Ride-Sharing Service

Commute from Quezon City to Bonifacio Global City in style

Are you tired of dealing with everyday traffic in the Metro? Do you want to commute in style? Tech startup Ascent has you covered with their helicopter ride-sharing service.

Similar to Grab and Uber‘s helicopter ride-sharing services four years ago, Ascent makes use of a helicopter so that commuters can skip traffic and commute like a boss. According to their website, commuters get to enjoy refreshments prior to takeoff, adding another level of class with their service.

Here are the available pickup points for Ascent’s helicopter ride-sharing service:


  • NAIA, INAEC Manila Hangar
  • Clark, INAEC Clark Hangar
  • BGC, St. Luke’s Medical Center
  • Tagaytay, City Track Oval
  • Quezon City, SM City North EDSA
  • Makati, The Peninsula Manila
  • BGC, V&A Law Center

Pricing varies depending on the route: a 12-minute flight from SM City North EDSA in Quezon City to V&A Law Center in BGC will cost you Php 9,990 per person, while a 15-minute flight from INAEC Manila Hangar in NAIA to SM City North EDSA in Quezon City will cost you Php 10,900. Fare prices do not include VAT, and those availing of the service will need to be at the designated hangar 20 minutes before the flight.


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