The Taiwanese carrier EVA Air is hosting a very special flight — to nowhere.

To honor Father’s Day, celebrated Aug. 8 in Taiwan, EVA Air is selling tickets on its “super popular” Hello Kitty Dream jet.

The flight will operate as “BR5288,” as when 5288 is spoken aloud it sounds like “I love dad” in Chinese.

The flight will be around three hours departing from Taipei Taoyuan Airport and pass top sights in Taiwan including the Huadong coastline, Guishan Island, Eluanbi, Xiaoliuqiu and returning to Taipei, according to Travel + Leisure.

According to CNN, EVA Air posted a press release (in Chinese) on its website stating, “The international travel market has been suspended for more than half a year. Citizens’ cries for going abroad is getting stronger. To satisfy travelers’ wishes, EVA Air has decided to introduce an ‘alternative travel experience’ on August 8, Father’s Day.”

Passengers will also be served a full course meal designed by Michelin three-star chef Motokazu Nakamura that includes a choice of seafood or braised beef.

Aside from the meal, passengers can also expect a special Hello Kitty-themed amenity kit, in-flight entertainment, and access to purchase Hello Kitty duty-free items at a heavy discount, according to Insider.

Tickets for the special flight will set passengers back $180 for an economy seat while first-class passengers can expect to pay $215.