Top News SIA jumps on board flycation trend By TTG Asia / Posted on 14 September, 2020 11:16 Singapore Airlines is following in the footsteps of EVA Air and Royal Brunei Airlines, with plans to launch no-destination flights from Changi Airport next month in a bid to diversify its revenue streams amid Covid-19. The national carrier is working towards launching these domestic flights, dubbed “flights to nowhere”, by end-October, according to sources quoted by The Straits Times. Singapore Airlines (SIA) to offer no-destination flights from next month, according to sources; SIA planes parked at Changi Airport during the pandemic pictured SIA is also exploring a partnership with the Singapore Tourism Board to allow passengers to pay for a portion of such flights using tourism credits distributed by the government, said the report. A screenshot of an email in a Telegram group chat, allegedly sent by SIA, stated that the inaugural flight is set to take place on October 17, 2020, with proceeds to go to charity, reported The Business Times. According to the screenshot, the flight will last approximately three to four hours, with subsequent flights set to take place on a weekly basis. Last week, SIA announced that it will be cutting 4,300 jobs across its three airlines, as the global aviation industry braces for a long road to recovery.