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Singapore Airlines may offer 'flights to nowhere'

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Singapore Airlines is considering no-destination flights, people familiar with the matter told The Straits Times.

Dubbed "flights to nowhere," the option would allow domestic passengers to depart from and land in Changi Airport after around three hours.

EVA Air in Taiwan is among airlines worldwide that have piloted no-destination flights in an attempt to shore up ticket sales amid a drop in air travel due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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