Flights to nowhere: Environmental groups concerned about carbon emissions after SIA's reported plans

SIA is looking to launch a "flights to nowhere" campaign, with each flight taking around three hours. ST PHOTO: ALPHONSUS CHERN
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SINGAPORE - Environmental groups here have expressed concern about Singapore Airlines' (SIA) purported plans to launch no-destination flights, citing unnecessary carbon emissions and its contributions to the ongoing climate crisis as the main points of contention.

Sources told The Straits Times last week that the national carrier is looking to launch a "flights to nowhere" campaign for domestic passengers - with each flight taking around three hours.

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