An airline in New Zealand is launching a subscription service that offers purchasers a three month ‘all-you-can-fly’ ticket.
Sounds Air general manager Andrew Crawford told local news that the airline had 17,000 spare seats available during the time the tickets are available. The subscription service is aimed at filling these seats as people return to travel after the COVID-19 pandemic.
They aren’t the only airline to come up with the idea of subscription air travel either. In February this year, Alaska Airlines in the US became the first in the world to launch a subscription-based flight service.
How does a subscription-based flight service work?
Sounds Air flys to nine destinations across New Zealand. It
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