Coronavirus has got us all inspired enough to travel because ab sachme, zindagi na milegi dobaara. Thus, people seem to be finding excuses to travel and catering to those excuses are marketing hacks.
Fiest it was a bus ride from Delhi to London, and now here is a “Flight to Nowhere”.
The flight is organised by Australian airline Qanatas and has bee named ‘Flight to Nowhere’ because it literally takes you nowhere.
According to CNN, ‘Flight to Nowhere’ will fly past some of the most iconic places in Australia and allows its passengers the views of the same. The seven hour-long Qantas flight would fly by Uluru, Kata Tjuta, the Whitsundays, Gold Coast, Byron Bay and Sydney Harbour.
“Miss taking to the skies together? Us too! We’ve designed a special scenic joy flight onboard our 787 Dreamliner for those who just want to spread their wings – no passport or quarantine required. Departing Sydney on 10 October, the ‘Great Southern Land’ scenic flight will feature low-level flybys of some of Australia’s most iconic landmarks including Uluru, Kata Tjuta, the Whitsundays, Gold Coast, Byron Bay and Sydney Harbour. Be quick! Fares go on sale at 12pm AEST today, (sic)” the airline wrote on Instagram.
With 150 passengers checking in, the plane will take off from Sydney Airport on October 10, with low-level fly-bys of landmarks across Queensland border to the Gold Coast, Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast and more before returning back to Sydney.
The ticket for the same costs RS 57,878 for an economy seat, Rs 1,31,421 for Premium and a few business class seats for Rs 2,78,368. The tickets of the flight were sold in just 7 minutes, which, a Qantas spokesperson said, is possibly the fastets in the Qnatas history.