The answer to that question is “not today”.
A new report from travel website FourFourSecond has revealed that the government is preparing to roll out a series of changes that could see airlines change the way they advertise their services.
The changes are expected to affect all major airlines including United, Jetstar, Virgin Atlantic and Qatar Airways.
The changes come as the government plans to re-open the skies to the public after an extended period of lockdown.
It is expected to mean airlines will be able offer a wide range of fares, and airlines will have to show passengers that they are on a flight and not an ad hoc operation.
The change to the airline industry’s advertising will see all airlines have to put up ads that explain why they are flying, and why they have a specific destination.
It will also mean all flights will have a logo and a logo banner on the flight.
“They are saying that, yes, this is what we are flying to,” said David Mackey, a travel agent with travel consultancy TripAdvisor.
He added that the advertising changes were “not going to make it easy for anyone to get a ticket”.
“People will still have to travel on the cheap and if they are looking for an inexpensive flight, it’s not going to be available to them.”
Airports are expected the change to their advertising and will have one logo banner for every flight.
“We’re not going back to the old days of being a gatekeeper of travel and we are not going into a free market economy,” he said.
Mr Mackey said the changes were needed because airlines are struggling with low volumes of customers and low fares.
United’s advertising change is likely to come in time for the first of the month, as the company is due to unveil its new budget airline.
Jetstar and Qatar Air will also announce changes to their promotional campaigns.
One of the biggest changes to come will be the announcement of new fares.
United will announce that it is dropping the price of flights by $100, with the change likely to affect flights from New York to London to Melbourne.
Airbus, Etihad and Ryanair will all announce their fares by the end of April.
Passengers will be allowed to book new fares up to a year in advance and can cancel them at any time.
Airlines will also have to offer a one-time payment of $15, up from the current $10.
Airline passengers will also be able book up to three nights’ accommodation at a rate of $300 per person, up slightly from $260.
Ryanair and Etihad will both drop their fees by half.
British Airways has announced it is increasing fares from $8.60 to $10, with fares from Heathrow to Sydney and Melbourne to $17.60 and $22.60, respectively.
Delta and British Airways have also announced increases from $22 to $25, with prices from the US to Sydney, Melbourne and Heathrow.
On the other hand, Virgin America is increasing its fares from its current price of $75 to $85.
There are also plans for a new service called Virgin America Plus, which will provide more cheap flights to the US and Canada.
In addition to new fares, there are expected changes to advertising and travel advertising.
New flyers are being introduced to the industry by advertising a “personalised travel experience”, with new ads being posted on major airline websites.
These ads are expected not only to feature people from different countries, but also include personalised travel advice, which the airline says will help travellers make informed decisions.
This advertising will also include information on how to book flights, as well as information on flight times and destinations.
As well as these advertising changes, the Government will be introducing an ad-free service for all airlines.
According to Mr Mackey’s travel agent, “it’s going to take a lot of people to make that change, but it’s a good start.”