HK Express is adding itself to the growing list of airlines offering flights to nowhere.

The Hong Kong-based budget carrier has announced a schedule for three flights during the month of November that will fly around the city.

In a release, the airline stated the special flights will operate on November 1, 7, and 8 and will have a duration of around 1.5 hours.

Along with offering an opportunity for Hong Kongers a way to take a flight amid global travel restrictions, the airline will also showcase its safety measures amid the ongoing pandemic.

As for what the airline plans for passengers on the flights, HK Express said: “The one-of-a-kind #UOFlycation experience will rekindle travellers’ wanderlust, too. Before boarding, HK Express will surprise travellers with an exciting gift pack – all inspired by the airline’s incredible variety of destinations. During the flight, they can enjoy the fun activities on board while taking in the views of Hong Kong.”

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