Australia does not open its borders until 2022, but here is what it has in mind to increase domestic tourism
Qantas Airlines will resume ‘mysterious flights’ in an effort to boost domestic tourism across Australia and bring back nostalgia. Day flights, where passengers do not know their destination were first launched in the 1990s.
Australian airlines are devising different strategies to address the reduction in the number of trips caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Thai Airlines has announced this week that it will cut jobs by 50% due to economic losses.
Qantas was one of the first airlines to offer flights that passengers are unaware of. Planes take off and land at the same airport during the day.
Flights will be operated on one of three Qantas Boeing 737 aircraft from Brisbane, Melbourne or Sidney with economical prices starting at $ 737.
The all-day package includes activities ranging from tropical beaches to lunches.
Australia's borders are unlikely to reopen by 2022 as the airline has called on the government to move faster on vaccination, for more travel safety.