It is not easy for airlines during the CoVID-19 pandemic. Carriers do what they can to encourage customers to fly. In Japan, travel by plane in virtual reality has recently become very popular, and in Australia flights to nowhere are making a sensation.
This unusual form of entertainment was initiated by the Qantas lines. The tickets for the first flight were selling out like hot cakes. The biggest attraction of the flight was the fact that the passengers did not know where they were going to fly. The itinerary gradually revealed itself only during the flight of several hours. 134 fans of the sky trips visited the famous Great Barrier Reef and Mount Uluru on board the Boeing 787.
Passengers were delighted with this form of entertainment. Although the tickets were not the cheapest, as the flight to nowhere cost from 2,164 to 10,200 PLN, all tickets were sold out in just 10 minutes. The representatives of the Qantas airline informed that never in the company's history had tickets for a flight been purchased so quickly.
The passengers themselves admitted that they were delighted with such attractions in times of the pandemic. Most of them would never see the greatest best tips beast attractions of their country from this perspective. They do not hide that they are waiting for more such flights. Qantas does not rule out organizing more of them in the near future.
Flights to nowhere, while fascinating, in the world are nothing new. The first such exciting travels were proposed during the holidays by Taiwanese airlines, and Korean and Japanese also followed suit. They will also be available in Singapore soon.