EVA Air launches velocity relationship ‘flight to nowhere’

(CNN) – It may be less spiritual compared to a Buddhist musician’s trip to Thailand, but EVA Air’s recent idea of ​​”fleeing somewhere” may seem like a magic wand – helping people find love in heaven.

EVA Airways, one of Taiwan’s largest carriers, is partnering with Mobius’ travel agency on a campaign called “Fly! Love is in the Air.” These are single planes for Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.

“Thanks to the Covid-19, EVA Air has been preparing” fake flights “to fulfill people’s desire for travel. Single men and women on the move, in addition to enjoying the trip, may want to meet someone – as an event in a romantic movie,” Chiang Tsung-Wei said. , The Messenger of You and Me, the running arm of Mobius, tells CNN Travel.

Her romantic experiences include a three-hour flight from Taipei’s Taoyuan International Airport and around the high altitude of Taiwan, plus another two hours of romantic landing.

Students are encouraged to have an in-depth discussion with each other on the board as they eat the selected samples prepared by Michelin Motoke Nakamura. It is also recommended to keep masks when not eating or drinking.

Each of the three trips is slightly different. The flight on Christmas Day will be followed by afternoon tea back to the stable. New Year’s Day begins with a candlelight vigil for guests before boarding a plane, where they will count to 2021 together. New Year’s Day will be a breakfast day.

Pilots should be more like “love cups” for EVA Air travel, event director Mobius said in a photo of himself.

Courtesy EVA Air

“Airlines” have been occurring in Asia and the Pacific during the coronavirus epidemic. To date, most tourist destinations – from cities such as Hong Kong, Sydney and Taipei – focus on tourist attractions, while travelers visit the most famous destinations.

For pilots looking for matches that want to take a closer look at the window and for their friends, EVA Air daytime flights fly over the east coast of Taiwan, where they can see the mountains stretching from Hualien City in the north to Taitung City in the south.

Overnight travel across the west coast of the island, where they will see Taiwan’s cities glow in the dark.

Unlike ordinary airplanes, there is no window or passageway in advance. Students sit in pairs and pull casually. However, they will be comfortable walking around and visiting other travelers during lunch breaks.

All three sessions have a “acceptance” section where students disclose their affiliates.

“The biggest benefit of dating on the go comes from the deeper things from our partners,” says Chiang. “In addition to mobilizing those who have enough money to spend, it also attracts a group of single people who like to travel. It, in turn, stimulates the interest of participants to meet and help facilitate their discussions from the beginning.”

Not the only one who can fly the plane, however.

Each flight is limited to 40 passengers – 20 men and 20 women. Students must be university graduates and citizens of Taiwan.

The program accepts men between the ages of 28 and 38 and women between the ages of 24 and 35.

The teenage years have encountered some difficulties online.

“Based on the various studies we have done, most of the men who want to participate want to meet younger women while women who want to participate may want to meet men older than them. That is why there are different age groups for this selection,” Chiang said. “But you and I have planned a variety of dating events that vary for people of all ages.”

The fare for each trip is TWD8388 ($ 295) per person. All tickets for the first Christmas flight have already been sold out.

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