Budget carrier HK Express is offering 1.5-hour flights encircling Hong Kong in an effort to cope with the Covid-19 travel slump.

Launching this November, “#UOFlycation” flights will depart and land right back in the city. The airline will be operating three flights, on November 1,7 and 8, which will depart at 2.30pm and land at 4pm.

The Hong Kong-based airline says passengers will receive a gift pack before boarding “inspired by the airline’s incredible variety of destinations”.

“During the flight, they can enjoy the fun activities on board while taking in the views of Hong Kong,” reads a statement from the carrier.

The airline has not revealed details about these activities, the price of the flights, and what kind of views passengers will get to see during the flight. It says it will be sharing more details at a later date.

A number of airlines have launched “flights to nowhere” to boost business during the coronavirus crisis, including Australian carrier Qantas, All Nippon Airways, and Asiana Airlines.