After launching seaplane services in Maharashtra between Mumbai and Pawana dam (Lonavala), MEHAIR and MTDC have announced that the next destination of the seaplanes service will be Mula dam. 
Mula dam is a waterdrome located between the religious destinations of Meherabad, Shirdi and Shani Shinglapur all of which attracts lakh of pilgrims throughout the year. The flights will commence on September 19
Tickets on the flights from Mumbai to Mula dam are available at an inaugural price of Rs 5,499/- per person one way.

Bookings are open as well as on phone +91 22 26172929 and 26166646. Initially there will be one flight per day departing Mumbai at 0830 Hrs except Thursdays when there will be two flights departing from Mumbai at 0830 Hrs and 1400 Hrs respectively. All will be quick turnaround flights.

The seaplane service was launched in Maharashtra with Cessna 208 Amphibian aircraft (9 seater) and Cessna 206 Amphibian (4 seater) in August 2014. These two models can accommodate 9 to 4 passengers respectively. 
MEHAIR is also poised to launch services to Gangapur Dam in Nashik and Dhoom Dam in Mahabaleshwar (Satara district) in the coming weeks. 
MEHAIR pioneered the launch of seaplanes in India three years back in Andaman and Nicobar Islands in Jan, 2011.