Chinese airlines are offering basement-bargain flights for as cheap as a cup of coffee — as millions of people face travel restrictions due to the coronavirus outbreak, according to a report.
Spring Airlines, a low-cost carrier, has advertised a one-way flight from Shanghai to Chongqing for just 29 yuan, or $4.10, the South China Morning Post reported.
Bargain-hunting travelers, however, will need to be a frequent flyer club member to score the tickets — which will run them less than a Starbucks latte in China at 32 yuan ($4.50), the report said.
The airline is also offering a one-way flight from Shanghai to Harbin — a 994-mile trip — for 69 yuan, or $9.80.
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