The pandemic has made it difficult for people to travel. While international travel is still restricted, domestic travel protocols vary from country to country. But amid all this, many people around the world are simply missing the thrill of boarding the flight in anticipation of reaching somewhere. But, to make things a little interesting, Australian airline Qantas recently announced its plan for a seven-hour scenic flight to nowhere. According to CNN, the ‘flights to nowhere’ serve the purpose of taking passengers on a journey, without really reaching any destination. In a social media post, Qantas announced that it would fly by Uluru, Kata Tjuta, the Whitsundays, Gold Coast, Byron Bay and Sydney Harbour. “Miss taking to the skies together? Us too! We’ve designed a special scenic joy flight onboard our 787 Dreamliner for those who just want to spread their wings – no passport or quarantine required.