Qantas is doing something big again. Remember the time they successfully completed the longest non-stop flight ever from London to Australia last November? Now, they’ve decided to replace the route with something even crazier.
Qantas will allow passengers to book joy flights heading to Antarctica on the 787 Dreamliner.
The aircraft will never touch ground, but will fly over many parts of Antarctica allowing for great views. Flights to Antarctica from Melbourne will depart as soon as November 2020.
Here are some additional booking details for the Qantas Antarctica Joy Flight:
Pricing Falls Under 6 Different Price Points
Depending on the viewing experience you’re looking to get from the aircraft, there are 6 different class options for the Antarctica joy flight. You’ll want to head over here for more information on the seating layout of the aircraft for each respective class.
- Explorer Economy Class starting at US $1,199
- Standard Economy Class starting at US $2,199
- Superior Economy Class starting at US $3,199
- Premium Economy Class starting at US $3,999
- Business Class starting at US $6,499
- Business Class Deluxe starting at US $7,999
The initial flight leaves from Melbourne, Australia in November 2020. But Qantas will add on additional departure cities later in the year and into 2021. You can start booking for these flights as soon as now.
- Melbourne to Antarctica leaves on 15 November 2020
- Sydney to Antarctica leaves on 22 November 2020
- New Year’s Eve Flight: Melbourne to Antarctica leaves on 31 December 2020
- Australia Day Flight: Perth to Antarctica leaves on 26 January 2021
- Brisbane to Antarctica leaves on 7 February 2021
- Valentine’s Day Flight: Adelaide to Antarctica leaves on 14 February 2021
- Sydney to Antarctica leaves on 21 February 2021
If you end up going on one of these joy flights we would love to see all of the great pictures and experiences you have on your flight. Tag @coworkaholic on Instagram and Facebook (don’t worry, we’ll remind you as the date gets closer).
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