‘Nowhere Flight’ was unveiled by Thai Airways for religious worshipers

'Nowhere Flight' was unveiled by Thai Airways for religious worshipers

(CNN) – Nervous passengers are often seen sitting on the plane and praying.

But the new flight from Thai Airways is planning to show spirituality in a very different way.

One of the airlines will fly an off-flight flight called the “Thai Magical Flying Experience Campaign”. ThailandPassengers on the way with the recitation of mantras, the holiest Buddhist shrines.

On November 30, Thai Airways’ “Flight Nowhere” will run for three hours.

The plane will take off Bangkok And Wat Arun and the Emerald Buddha Temple in Bangkok, Fra Samut Chedi in Samut Prakarna, Vat Fra Boroma in Surat Thani, Chaiya and Sukhotha and Ayutthaya travel to 9999 holy places like UNESCO-listed heritage sites.

Thai Airways’ ‘Flight Nowhere’ will fly to 31 provinces, including the historic Ayutthaya.

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On board, fame Chinbanchan, celebrity fortune teller and religion history expert, will lead the flight under Buddhist mantras.

Vivat Piaviroj, vice-president of Thai Airways, said in a statement that the purpose of the flight was to come under the Thai government’s plan to boost domestic tourism in the country.

Thailand, like many other destinations around the world, has seen a significant drop in tourism revenue amid the global coronavirus epidemic.

While the Grand Canyon and. Flight flights to places like Nazca Lines Long overdue, “Flight Nowhere” is the brand newest festival. As airlines struggle to make up for their losses and passengers are transported through closed borders, these hijacked flights have become an option to meet in the middle.
And it’s not just flights that passengers miss. Singapore Tourism Board makes two announcements “Nowhere to roam, “Which makes zero port calls and operates at half capacity.

Economy class tickets on the “Magic Flying Experience” start at 5,999 baht (193 193) for economy class and 9,999 baht (1,321) for premium class. Bookings can be made by calling +66 (0) 2 356 1515.

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