Qantas’ ‘flights to nowhere’ tickets sell out in 10 minutes

With airlines around the world grounding thousands of planes because of the Covid-19 pandemic that’s resulted in a downturn in travel, airline carriers are looking for other ways to try and generate revenue.

Some are selling much-loved in-flight PJs and in-flight meals – others have taken the next step by launching flights to nowhere.

Singapore Airlines this week announced it would be allowing customers to relive the typical flight process from check-in, to take-off and everything in-between.

Now, Qantas passengers will be allowed to experience a similar “flight to nowhere” – and no, you won’t be crossing any borders so you can put those quarantine concerns to rest.

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