Singapore Airlines considers piloting ‘flights to nowhere’ to boost business: report

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Capitalistpig Hedge Fund manager Jonathan Hoenig on the state of the airline industry and the potential for a TikTok deal. This will be one heck of a trip if it ultimately takes flight.Continue Reading BelowSingapore Airlines is reportedly considering chartering “flights to nowhere” to boost business during the coronavirus pandemic. Singapore Airlines is reportedly considering chartering “flights to nowhere” to boost business during the coronavirus pandemic. (iStock)The COVID-19 crisis has hit the travel industry hard, inspiring the flag-carrying airline of Singapore to allegedly ponder piloting “no destination” flights for domestic passengers, The Straits Times reports. Sources told the local outlet that such trips may be offered as soon as late October from Changi Airport, its home air hub.ALASKA AIRLINES SUSPENDS PORTLAND, SPOKANE FLIGHTS DUE TO WILDFIRE SMOKEAccording to the Times, Singapore Airlines may also approach the Singapore Tourism Board to discuss a potential partnership, allowing customers to pay for these unique flights with tourism credits distributed by the government. The COVID-19 crisis has hit the travel industry hard, inspiring the flag-carrying airline of Singapore to allegedly ponder piloting “no destination” flights for domestic passengers. (iStock)In the spirit of a traditional travel, each flight to nowhere would …

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