Singapore Airlines planning to start no destination flights for flyers who have been missing flying


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Singapore Airlines is planning to start flights to nowhere for flyers who have been missing the experience of flying. The move is aimed at boosting revenues for the airline, which, aims to cut 4,300 positions, or around 20 percent of its staff, as business takes a hit due to the coronavirus pandemic. Singapore Airlines' no-destination flights, which will begin by the end of October, will depart and arrive at the same airport.