The idea of not knowing where you're going can be an utter delight to travellers who love to fly by the seat of their pants.
If you fit into that category then Qantas' new offer will be right up your alley.
The Aussie airline is relaunching its '90s era mystery flights that will take you on a trip that you have no prior knowledge about.
Considering we've all been gagging for a holiday, this could be the perfect remedy until international borders reopen.
The flights are scheduled to leave Brisbane on March 27, Sydney on April 18 and Melbourne on May 1.
The planes will head from the airport at 7am, complete a day trip somewhere that isn't a capital city and then return by the early evening.
"The national carrier last operated mystery flights in the 1990s when travellers would turn up at the airport and be allocated seats on a scheduled flight to any of the airline's destinations where they spent a day at their leisure before flying home," the airline said.
"Qantas has evolved the concept and will offer three dedicated Boeing 737 mystery flight experiences that will include not just the flight, but an entire day of activities in a mystery destination - so all passengers need to do is book and turn up at the airport."
The tickets aren't cheap and will set you back a cheeky $737, and that's the starting price.
The seats will go on sale tomorrow on Qantas' website and you'll have to be quick because they'll likely go in an instant.
Qantas has been trying to mix things up during the pandemic to offer flights that won't breach lockdown restrictions.
The airline even announced plans to take people on a day trip all the way to Antarctica and back.
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