Why Hail A Taxi If You Can Hail A Heli? Metro Channel Hosts Maggie Wilson, Marc Nelson, And Raul Manzano Take The Ultimate Shortcut
The traffic in Metro Manila has taken a turn for the worse. A travel time that should take minutes now takes hours, and traveling to even nearby places eats so much precious time.
What if we don’t need to fight traffic anymore? What if we can just fly over it?
Metro Channel hosts Raul Manzano, Maggie Wilson, and Marc Nelson are always on the go. And since they’re always on the lookout for the best trips and travels, they deserve the most comfortable and best way to move around.
AirTaxi.ph is a premier private jet and helicopter charter service provider in the Philippines, bringing comfort and luxury to the otherwise lengthy and stuffy travel. From point-to-point pick-up and drop-off to aerial tours of scenic destinations, AirTaxi.ph has something for everyone.
More and more people are now taking advantage of air travel to beat the Metro Manila traffic. EIC On The Move host Raul Manzano visited the famous Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar in Bataan, and instead of spending three hours at the back of a car, he only spent 30 minutes aboard an AirTaxi helicopter to get from Manila to Bataan.
Raul lands in Bataan
AirTaxi.ph has a number of day trip destinations like Raul’s Las Casas trip; you can get to Punta Fuego in just 20 minutes and Corregidor Island in just 30 minutes, hassle- and stress-free!
Beached hosts Maggie and Marc, on the other hand, were also able to explore and enjoy Bohol via AirTaxi.ph’s aerial tour, which takes off from the Panglao, Bohol helipad and then flies over scenic destinations around the city in an hour. They also offer airport transfer from Tagbilaran, cutting the 40-minute ride from Tagbilaran to Panglao island to a 10-minute heli ride.
Photo from @marcnelson
“Marc and Maggie flew Aerial Tour #3, which flies above Panglao, Chocolate Hills, and Loboc River Tour. It’s the most scenic tour of Bohol that we can offer, and we highly recommend it to first-time travelers to Bohol,” says Peter Angelo Rodriguez Jr., executive vice president of Asian Aerospace Corp. “We have been offering flights to and from Bohol since 1996. We have a plane based in Tagbilaran Airport that can easily fly passengers from Bohol to Cebu in the event there is a storm and ferries are cancelled, or if the airlines are fully booked.”
Catch Maggie and Marc as they explore the beautiful island of Panglao, airing soon on Beached, Saturdays, 9 p.m., on Metro Channel, channel 52 on Sky Cable and channel 174 on HD. You can still catch replays of Raul’s EIC On The Move trip to Las Casas throughout the week.