Saturday, October 10, 2020

Flights to nowhere: What are they, why do flyers pay to go nowhere, how much do tickets cost, and other questions answered

Several airlines globally have announced 'flight to nowhere' to satisfy flyers' itch. No-destination flights are among the novel services the aviation industry hopes will rescue it from the ongoing slump. These flights have caught the fancy of flyers so much that a Qantas Airlines' 7-hour sightseeing 'flight to nowhere' sold out in 10 minutes. Others such as Singapore Airlines, Taiwan's EVA Air, Korean airline Air Busan have also started operating no-destination flights.

But what exactly is a flight to nowhere and why would people like to fly through the day without reaching any particular destination? 

Here are the answers to all such queries >>

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