AMER TOURS offers Lahore Aerial Joyride – Air Safari exclusively for Lahorites. Now you can fly over Lahore in an exclusive private aircraft and experience a joyride over Lahore with your family, friends and loved ones.
– Starting from Rs 7,000 per person
– Rs 14,000 for 2 persons – 12 mins flight
– Rs 27,000 for 2 persons – 25 mins flight
– Rs 14,000 per person – 12 mins flight (you can sit on Co-Pilot Seat)
– It is a 12 mins joyride over Lahore
– 2 persons can sit at a time besides pilot
– Standard round trip covers Gulberg, Model Town, Garden Town, Cavalry, DHA and surrounding areas
– Extended flight covers old city, Badshahi Mosque, Minar – e – Pakistan and goes up to Hiran Minar Shekhupura
– Extended flights timings can varies from 18 mins to 45 mins
– Yes it is absolutely safe and managed by professional licensed staff
– At least 3 days prior booking is required
– 18 mins flight
– Fly through, touch and go, Camel Ride, more time in air, more fun
Rs 20,000/- per couple
– Flights are subject to Weather Conditions and VIP movements
– In Case of any technical fault, flight might get delayed and will be done in next available slot
– Flights are not available on Sundays
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