Singapore Airlines (SIA) is looking to launch no-destination flights that will depart from and land in Changi Airport next month, in a bid to give its ailing business a lift.
Sources told The Straits Times that the national carrier is working towards launching this option for domestic passengers – dubbed “flights to nowhere” – by end-October.
I have a suggestion. Why don’t we fly over the Himalayas – Myanmar, India, Nepal, Pakistan before turning back? It’s going to be one heck of a thrilling ride. Passengers on these flights don’t just want to see clouds.