Step aboard the flight to nowhere! Singapore Airlines is planning trips that start and end at the SAME airport in a bid to boost business
- Singapore Airlines Group could launch flights to nowhere by the end of October
- The three-hour round trip would take off and land at Singapore’s Changi Airport
- It comes as the company said that it was cutting around 4,300 jobs on Thursday
Singapore Airlines is planning trips that start and end at the same airport in a bid to boost business after passenger traffic drops amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The flights ‘to nowhere’ are set to take off by the end of October and may include staycations at the city’s hotels, shopping vouchers and limousine ferry rides, the Straits Times reported.
Each flight is expected to last around