(ANSA) - ROME, MARCH 03 - The Australian national airline Qantas has relaunched the "mystery flights', the" mysterious flights "in an attempt to revive domestic tourism devastated, like the international one, by the coronavirus pandemic. of round-trip flights of which the passenger does not know the destination that the company proposed for the first time in the 90s And which are more current today, especially in light of the fact that Australia has decided to close the borders at least until June 17.
According to the The Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA), carriers of the area are facing a sharp decline in passengers. In January, the number of travelers was 4%, while last year, 33.5 million passengers flew into the region.
The 'mystery flights' will be carried out by one of three Qantas Boeing 737 aircraft from Brisbane, Melbourne or Sydney with cheap fares starting at AU $ 737, around $ 577.
The day package includes various activities, from wine tasting to gourmet lunches to snorkelling on tropical islands.