12hr Sightseeing flights to Antarctica without landing

More and more airlines offer ”flights to nowhere” where you take off and land in the same place.

Singapore Airlines, Taiwan's Eva Air, Brunei Airways, and Japan Airlines, they all do it! Emitting enormous amounts of co2 for nothing.

But the airline Qantas is the worst one. They are not just melting the ice in the Antarctic. They are actually selling sightseeing flights to go there and back watching it melt!

12-hour flights to nowhere emitting around 2-ton co2 emissions that melts about 6 m2 of ice per passenger!

This must stop. It is insane! We need ecocide laws now!

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29 comments

Mihaly Zsilinszki
4 months ago

It's absolutely shocking. If people want to see ice, they should look into their freezer.

Delilah Galli
4 months ago

Ecocide laws now! This act is ridiculously ignorant, selfish, and disgraceful.

Kathy Siddle
4 months ago

Tourism gone crazy.

Gilly Thomas
4 months ago

Disgraceful

Thaddeus Idi Kiplimo
4 months ago

So appalling and outrageous

Lee Spencer
4 months ago

After the devastation caused by the fires in Australia and the heartbreaking images of the Koalas (that Quantas used to use in their advertising) how could they be allowed to get away with this?

Laura Alcock
4 months ago

That’s outrageous and should be stopped by governments NOW

Catarina Rolfsdotter-Jansson
4 months ago

Insane

Connor Lascelles
4 months ago

Another example of profit over planet. I hope Client Earth finds a way to sue them

Gagandeep Pejatta
4 months ago

8:55aM.We can't blame technology as the pink elephant in the room,but what it dose after leave a mess. So pushing these countries to drive cleaner technical solutions will greatly reduce our consolidated lifestyle. I heard of electric commercial airline propeller motors are available, and we should be graviting towards these options, and not banking on their government. Its to Paramount to our human legacy in just allowing the world to function, as if with out a hall pass.According to their one world reality.

Phillip Middleton
4 months ago

The path to sustainable life does not include fossil fuel flights to nowhere

Carlos Teixeira
4 months ago

See that as one step more for the end of our paradise ...

Ulla Wennermark
4 months ago

I get so depressed...We need very expensive international CO2 taxes on all transports.

Earthcrisis2020
4 months ago

Crazy! Flying over watching and causing melt!

Samuel Plumppu
4 months ago

I hope this lands right but... Am I the only one wondering what would happen if airports we're turned into reservation areas for airlines endangered to go extinct!? 🤷🏼‍♂️

Annika Sundin
4 months ago

Totally crazy!!!

Nawar N. Al-Kazemi
4 months ago

This is crazy! And makes no sense!

Patrick Kiash
4 months ago

Sad! Hope they will honour the warning... Let's keep pressing them to stop for the benefit of our planet.

Esther Githinji
4 months ago

Send stopping warning to them.

Mario de Vries
4 months ago

Utterly disturbing

Lucky Dissanayake
4 months ago

Utter insanity!

Richard Birarda
4 months ago

CLIMATE Changed/ Doonsday -Compromised Syndrome

Sven Nilson
4 months ago

100 likes and they get the message from WDHT

Shipra Madan
4 months ago

This is totally absurd!!

Tomas Roovete
4 months ago

There will be only one word for this - Madness.

tushar kaushik
4 months ago

Hello, how will Qantas will get notified about this warning ?

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