Preparations for the first international quarantine-free flights to New Zealand will start on Monday morning, a reopening for tourists to this destination is expected.
Qantas, the Australian flag carrier, celebrated 100 years of activity at Sydney Airport in Australia on November 16, 2020.
Qantas CEO Alan Joyce in a press conference held last Tuesday at Sydney’s First Class International Lounge indicated another 4 four possible countries with which to open new Covid-free routes.
“It all depends on what level of Covid is in an individual country, and what level of restrictions and testing will be put in place,” the words of him.
Many countries in the Asia Pacific region have implemented measures to contain the pandemic, due to Covid. In addition to Singapore, Taiwan has also been identified among these countries.
A highly regarded market is the Japanese one. Japan is also very interesting because the Tokyo 2020 Olympics should take place this summer but at the moment it suffers from the fourth wave of the virus.
In the Pacific Islands region, we have identified many opportunities with countries such as Fiji at the forefront and other countries that make up the Pacific Islands.
The Australian flag carrier has started promoting new discounted routes for next autumn starting from Oceania to the rest of the world.
Everything will depend on the evolution of the vaccine but also on the vaccination rate that Australia will be able to achieve in the coming months.
We all know the innate wanderlust of Australians.
Let’s not forget that Qantas, to keep the desire to travel alive, proposed a flight without a destination to all those who had a desperate desire to fly.
We wish everyone to be able to travel and visit the beautiful places that the Australian territory has to offer to our eyes.
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