Australian airline Qantas offered people the chance to book a seven-hour ‘flight to nowhere’ last week. The airline calls the trip the “Great Southern Land” scenic joy flight, people paid nearly $800 to board a plane, fly in a big circle for seven and a half hours, and touch down in the exact same spot they took off from. The flight will fly over iconic destinations on October 10th, such as the Great Barrier Reef, Uluru, and Bondi Beach, but passengers can’t disembark as state borders have been closed due to the coronavirus. Instead, they get to gaze out the windows of the low-flying plane, weather permitting. The flight quickly sold out its 130 seats. A Qantas spokesperson says, “We knew this flight would be popular, but we didn’t expect it to sell out in 10 minutes. It’s probably the fastest selling flight in Qantas history.” The flight will depart from Sydney Domestic Airport on October 19th, doesn’t include any inflight entertainment, but does include a pre-flight breakfast in Qantas’ Business Lounge, a commemorative flight certificate, and a gift bag.