Thailand from the air is a magical flight experience with Thai Airways: Thai Airways joined an exclusive number of airlines that sell flight experiences to “nowhere” as they call it, but Thailand’s official carrier differs from the package by offering a ‘magical flight experience’. It’s a slightly curious part of the airline industry, but there are people who just want to fly up “no matter what”, and there are quite a few airlines that feel the same way. It’s revenue and their pilots get some flying hours in the air and not just in a simulator that is crucial to being able to deliver air traffic when it’s all ‘reopens. Enough airtime. So this is the deal:
Thailand from the air really is a magical flying experience with Thai Airways. The three-hour flight goal is aimed at those seeking air under their wings, spirituality, and perhaps mainly seeing incredible Thailand from the air – for lack of other travel options right now. But expect your local fellow passengers to say their prayers along the way or rather sing them. Passengers will fly over 99 sacred sites in Thailand’s 77 provinces before returning to Bangkok.
You must right now, Nov. 20 also have a 30-day tourist visa, including 14 days of self-isolation at your hotel or resort.
Economy class tickets start at THB 5,999 (USD 193) and premium class tickets are THB 9,999 (USD 321).
Flights are set to start at the end of November 20.
See Australia in 7 hours sold out in 10 minutes
Flights to “nowhere” are nothing new. Airlines in Hong Kong, Australia and Japan offer flights to passengers under the Corona who simply miss flying. Australia’s seven-hour flight over the country’s most iconic landmark was sold out in less than 10 minutes. Like many countries, Thailand’s travel industry was hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic and also chose this way to provide a unique experience to people.
Twelve Apostles, Victoria, Australia, viewed from the air.
Thai Airways must use creative ways to keep its existence
Thailand from the air was devised as a contribution to remain innovative under the COVID 19 worldwide crisis. Thai Airways was among travel companies suffering heavy losses due to the health crisis. Earlier this year 2020, the national airline applied for a loan of 58.1 billion. THB ($ 1.81 billion) from the government to help it through the coronavirus crisis. Thai officials asked the airline to come up with a restructuring plan instead of avoiding bankruptcy. We cross our fingers. Thai Airways is in the “too big to fail” category.
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