Certainly. Qantas flies them from Australia.
They're infrequent, but a few a year do fly down. I watched a documentary on it, it's crazy that you can pay less for an 'inner' seat where you don't even get to see out the window without craning your neck!
From the site:
The flight provides a full day of Antarctic experience. Our flight
from Australia ranges between 9,500 – 10,500 kms roundtrip
(approximately 12.5 hours) depending on your departure city. Expert
Antarctic expeditioners are onboard to talk on the polar environment
and its history while video screenings depict life on the ground.
Approximately three hours south of Australia, passengers will usually
see the first scattered ice followed by dozens of icebergs and ice
floes. We then cross the South Magnetic Pole where you will start to
view the rugged mountainous topography of the Antarctic mainland.