For consumers itching to get back to travel but cautious to due to the global pandemic, EVA Air, the Taiwanese flying company, launched a "flight to nowhere" on a Hello Kitty plane. The three-hour journey will depart and land in the same airport, meaning consumers need not quarantine after the trip.
EVA Air commented on the motivation behind launching the flight to nowhere, stating: "The international travel market has been suspended for more than half a year. Citizens' cries for going abroad is getting stronger. To satisfy travelers' wishes, EVA Air has decided to introduce an 'alternative travel experience' on August 8, Father's Day."
Passengers will receive Hello Kitty in-flight amenities, alongside free WiFi for texting and an inflight entertainment system, plus a Michelin-starred inflight meal.
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