India’s first seaplane service will take off on October 31.
Narendra Modi will inaugurate the service between Sabarmati Riverfront in Ahmedabad to Kevadia’s Statue of Unity.
The 19-seater Twin Otter 300 seaplane will undertake four flights a day.
The aircraft has been flown in from Maldives.
The service will be operated by the pilots and crew of Maldivian Aero.
However, the tickets will be sold through SpiceJet.
The aircraft will take 45 minutes to cover the distance of 200km.
The fare has been kept at Rs 4,800 per passenger.