Labelled as the Qantas flight to nowhere sells out in minutes.
Qantas has launched a scenic flight dubbed the ‘flight to nowhere’ over central-eastern Australia which sold out in minutes.
The Qantas ‘Great Southern Land’ scenic flight departs and arrives in Sydney on October 10, and will take passengers on a journey of some of Australia’s must-see destinations including low-level flybys of the Great Barrier Reef, Uluru, Byron Bay, and Sydney Harbour.
Tickets for the unique flight were priced between $787 – $3,787. The flights also include a pre-flight business lounge breakfast, in-flight lunch, a surprise celebrity host and MC, a gift bag and of course the big ticket item – Qantas pyjamas.
Qantas isn’t the first to think of such a crazy idea to essential do a blog lap and fly to nowhere, several Asian airlines have also created ‘flights to nowhere’ that depart and arrive at the same airport.
This is a great way for punters to enjoy travel and get in some sightseeing during border restrictions due to COVID-19.
Middle seats are being blocked to assist with social distancing and so passengers have a better chance to take in the view from sky.
For further information visit qantas.com.
Now let’s see a flight to nowhere out of Perth.
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