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Bagdogra News-Why Are People Paying Thousands And Millions Of Rupees To Go Nowhere?-There are restrictions on travel in many countries thanks to the corona virus epidemic. along side this, there’s also a fear of corona. People are missing flights.

In such a situation some airlines have started unique flights. Passengers travel in these unique flights, but they are doing not reach anywhere.Airlines board the passengers on the plane, travel for a couple of hours within the air then leave it at an equivalent airport from where the passengers started the journey.

Bagdogra News-Why Are People Paying Thousands And Millions Of Rupees To Go Nowhere?

People also are spending thousands and many rupees for such flights. On Saturday, Tigerair Taiwan Airlines made 120 people travel experiences in one such flight. During this point the aircraft covered a distance of about 2100 km.

Flying from Taiwan, the aircraft reached South Korea’s Holiday Island Jeju then landed back in Taiwan. Such flights also fly at low altitude near major sightseeing places in order that people can see the sight.

Bagdogra News-Why Are People Paying Thousands And Millions Of Rupees To Go Nowhere?

Before approaching these flights, the corona symptoms of the passengers also are checked. consistent with Asia Pacific Airlines, there was a 97.5 percent reduction in aviation during the epidemic within the region.

At an equivalent time, airlines also are getting some income through such flights and a few pilots also get help in continuing the license. Qantas from Australia and every one Nipon Aiways of Japan also are starting such flights. Qantas told that in the week , tickets for his 7-hour Flight to nowhere were sold call at 10 minutes.

Qantas Airlines will give people a travel experience in Boeing 787 Drimliner, a large-screen aircraft. The flight will fly from Sydney on 10 October and can return to Sydney, passing over many cities of Australia. This flight has 134 seats for business, premium and economy class, whose ticket prices ranged from Rs 42 thousand to Rs 2 lakh.

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