Qantas launches a clothing line in its latest revenue initiative.

Qantas Airways launched a sportswear line this Wednesday as its latest revenue-gathering plan to help weather the coronavirus pandemic.

See also: Qantas sells its “flight to nowhere” in 10 minutes.

The brand includes A$150 t-shirts ($107.46) and A$425 sweaters ($304.87) designed by Martin Grant.

This new offering comes on the heels of recent sales of retired Boeing 747 aircraft bar cars, business class pajamas and amenity kits.

See also: Qantas sells the Boeing 747 trolleys full of appetizers for 890 euros.

On Saturday, 150 passengers joined a “flight to nowhere” that took off from Sydney and flew over iconic destinations such as the Great Barrier Reef and Uluru before returning to the same airport.

The tourist flight followed similar revenue collection initiatives by Asian companies such as Japan’s ANA Holdings and Taiwan’s EVA Airways.

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