Printed: July 9, 2020 12:30:18 pm
The world has been coping with the pandemic for much too lengthy now, and a few folks in Taiwan appear to have had it. The nation has additionally put many restrictions in place, in order to include the unfold of the virus. However, some aviation lovers are lacking the fun of taking a flight, and to get them to really feel the thrill of flying someplace new once more, Taiwan’s Civil Aviation Administration organised a fantasy flight lately, albeit with a twist. The flight didn’t take off, and the engines didn’t begin.
In accordance with reviews, the folks have been required to take part in an internet draw, from the place the winners have been allowed to carry one visitor. In complete, some 66 passengers boarded the flight that went nowhere. And identical to how it’s with regular flights, the passengers have been required to check-in, following which they got their boarding passes. They needed to move by means of safety and immigration, earlier than they have been allowed to board the flight.
In accordance with The Unbiased, the net lottery attracted 10,000 entries. Upon discovering their seats, the passengers have been served foods and drinks, identical to how it’s with common flights. Additionally they participated in a pop quiz. Later, they got a “good luck salute from hearth engines that sprayed water”.
Throughout their exit, the passengers have been met with customs officers, who gave them a safety demonstration, which was aided by a sniffer canine. “Individuals who wish to fly overseas have lengthy been struggling,” Wang Chih-ching, deputy director of the airport, was quoted as saying. He additionally mentioned he hopes the occasion and its publicity will assist travellers to organize for flying in ‘new regular’, when worldwide flights resume service.
It’s believed that extra such fantasy flights are deliberate for the approaching days.
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