Vietnamese airline Vietjet will pay customers up to $14,000 if they catch coronavirus while flying with them.
The carrier, which is been at the centre of controversy in the past for stunts involving bikini-clad models, announced the payout as part of its new “Sky Covid Care” insurance scheme.
The policy covers domestic flights in Vietnam between now and June 30 and applies to all eligible customers free of charge, regardless of nationality.
However, New Zealanders won’t be eligible as they can’t fly in Vietnam because of the government’s decision to enforce an alert level 4 nationwide lockdown.
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