Passengers will not know exactly where they are flying
The route of the aircraft will be displayed on screens on the backs of the seats so that passengers can guess the destination.
Australian airline Qantas has announced the launch of flights to an unknown destination. The company called them “mystery flights,” and they are supposed to stimulate domestic flights when borders remain closed. About this on Wednesday, March 3, writes CNN.
Passengers will not know exactly where they are going. Starting points will be Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney. The flights will be operated by Boeing 737 liners with a capacity of 120 passengers.
A ticket in economy class will cost 737 Australian dollars ($ 575), in business class – $ 1579 ($ 1232), this amount includes both the flight and meals and an excursion program at the place of arrival.
All flights will be one-day: departure in the morning, flight about two hours one way and return in the evening. In each case, Qantas describes the trip in general terms – for example, the flight from Sydney is recommended for those who like “the tropics, salt water on the skin and long lunches on the beach”, and the flight from Melbourne is recommended for those who like “outdoor activities, including a short walk, gourmet food and wine, and local farmers’ markets. ”
Qantas notes that the airline already operated “mysterious flights” to an unknown destination in the 1990s.
Let us remind you that in January of this year number of flights in Europe decreased by 68% compared to the same period in 2020.
Earlier it was reported that Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) resumes some flightscanceled earlier due to quarantine.
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