The newly launched Qantas’ “Flight to Nowhere” is the fastest-selling flight in the airline’s history. All tickets are gone in about 10 minutes.
The Australian airline has decided to embark on a seven-hour round trip around the country that will take off and land in Sydney under ongoing travel restrictions.
The flight takes off and returns on October 10th and will not stop anywhere. However, it does allow passengers to take in views over Uluru, the Great Barrier Reef, and other landmarks.
The Boeing 787 had 134 seats available, ranging from AUD 575 (PKR 69,000) to AUD 2,765 (PKR 331,800) depending on the ticket class.
“It is probably the fastest-selling flight in Qantas history,” said a Qantas spokesman. “People clearly miss the travel and the experience of flying. If the demand is there, we’ll definitely try to do more of these scenic flights while we all do.” Wait for the borders to open. ”
The airline has also made separate “joy flights” possible to Antarctica.
Aircraft purchased specifically for the planned UK-Australia non-stop route will be re-used by Qantas on 13-hour non-stop round-trip flights from Melbourne organized by Antarctica Flights.
Passengers are asked to pay more than AUD 1,199 (PKR 143,800) for a 13-hour flight to and from the frozen continent.
A large part of the journey is over the sea, about a third of which is over the Antarctic continent.
“In Antarctica, most passengers get up from their seats and move around on the plane, so everyone on board has excellent visibility,” says the company.
“The plane flies in long” figures of eight “over various sights so that these spectacular sights can be viewed from both sides of the plane.”