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The Australian airline Qantas says tickets for a flight, which will take off and land in Sydney with no stopovers, has become among the fastest selling ever offered by the company.
It described the trip as a sightseeing journey.
The BBC's Shaimaa Khalik has more on this latest pandemic-era offering.
Qantas has promised passengers great views of Australia's landmarks like the Sydney Harbor as well as the Great Barrier Reef and Wollerau on what has been described as the boomerang flight.
Some of the locations have been off limits to many people due to COVID-19 border closures.
Company CEO Alan Joyce said the flight meant more work for the airline's employees.
Qantas has lost nearly one and a half billion dollars and froze thousands of jobs since the pandemic began.
Joyce has been vocal in his opposition to blanket state border closures and accused leaders of being driven by politics and not health advice.
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