Air India to Launch 'Flight to Nowhere'
Air India is planning to launch 'Flight to Nowhere' for people who miss the excitement of travelling and desperately wish to get out of the months-long confinement due to the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak and subsequent lockdown.
The flights, when launched, will be offering the travellers with a joy ride along a well-planned course of scenic beauty.
Air India is yet to finalise the plan.
Earlier, global airlines like Qantas Airways an
d Royal Brunei Airlines also announced similar journeys.
The Qantas Airways flight is seven hours long, in which travellers are offered views of tourist destinations and picturesque sceneries. Although the flight tickets are ranged from Rs. 42,000 to Rs. 2 lakh, reportedly all tickets for the first flight were sold off in 10 minutes time.