Troubled UK airline, Flybe, in the midst of financial catastrophe, has, this morning, announced plans to offer passengers a new service with flights to an increasingly popular destination - Oblivion.
The airline has crippling debts, and cannot look forward to the same government bail-out help that was afforded to travel agent, Thomas Cook. It has, therefore, come up with a quite different solution.
Chief executive of the beleaguered company, David Dunfore, said:
"The airline is a lifeline for many customers, has real significance for many other businesses on the south coast, and must be saved. To this end, we'll be offering a daily service to a destination that's starting to become more and more popular - especially in the business sector - Oblivion."
A suggestion that Flybe is also considering opening up a new flight route to Obscurity are, at the moment, just rumours.