Airbus recently debuted its on-demand helicopter booking platform, Voom, in Mexico City.

The service is in response to demand for choppers from commuters sick of spending hours in traffic.

Commuters in Mexico City spent an average of 58 hours in traffic last year, according to Inrix, which analyzes traffic data.

The service is aimed at some of the wealthiest commuters in the city. A trip from the upscale Polanco neighborhood to Montes Urales will cost around US $107.

The service is already available in São Paulo.

Voom says it choose Mexico City because of its dedicated air traffic control and helicopter infrastructure, such as some 200 helipads.

The company now wants to expand the service to other cities, and is analyzing some candidates in Asia.