On December 4th 2021, join us on a unique celestial experience and witness the total solar eclipse over Antarctica. This exclusive scenic flight from Australia will fly into the path of totality of the solar eclipse, providing lucky passengers with unparalleled viewing of this incredible phenomenon, far above cloud cover, from the comfort of a Dreamliner 787.
The 2021 total solar eclipse will occur in one of the world’s most inaccessible yet beautiful locations – Antarctica. A total solar eclipse in Antarctica is a rare event (happens approximately every 18 years) and may prove to be the most magnificent total solar eclipse ever seen. Don't miss this unique opportunity to experience something few people will ever witness in their lifetime.
As we fly into totality, cruising at 40,000 feet above the pure white of Antarctica, the earth will be thrown into darkness, the solar corona will glow around the edges of our moon's shadow, and a garland of silky light from the sun will decorate the lunar edges as the shift of sun and moon in the universe occurs.
During the event we'll have the privilege of being entertained and wowed by the science behind the phenomenon outside our window, as eclipse and Antarctica experts share their specialist knowledge, all presented by our entertaining emcee, Adam Spencer.
Travellers who book dedicated eclipse seats will have unobstructed views of the eclipse, whilst the other side of the aircraft will view the shadow crossing the pure white below and the sky dramatically changing colour.
- Seat options from Economy Class-Limited View to
- Full Bar Service including champagne, beer, spirits and soft drinks
including a post-totality celebration
- Two Full-Service Qantas meals plus snacks
- In seat entertainment system
- Knowledge and leadership by experienced Antarctica
specialists, eclipse experts and photographers
- Souvenir Eclipse glasses
2021 Departure Date: Depart Melbourne November 4th.
*Terms and Conditions Apply: Prices are per person and subject to departure date and availability.