Blue Air is offering free flights on its Turin-Athens route for toga-clad passengers willing to dress like Greek gods. The Romanian carrier’s official Facebook page states that free flights are being offered to the first fifty travelers who appear at the airport at Torino at 11 a.m. on June 4 dressed as one of the twelve Ancient Greek gods.
The “Gods of Olympus” will board the airline and travel to Athens on return flights. All they will be required to pay will be airport taxes (25.45 euros one way, 59.96 euros return).
The announcement was made via the official Facebook page of the air carrier and was welcomed by the Italian press and passengers alike.