The TransTasman travel bubble between Australia and New Zealand is ending tonight. The travel corridor, set up in mid-April, allowed Australians and New Zealanders to travel quarantine-free between the two countries. However, following the fresh waves of COVID-19 in Australia, New Zealand pulled the plug on Friday for at least the next eight weeks.
Air New Zealand is expanding flights to three destinations in the Australian state of Queensland. The Auckland-based airline will now serve Gold Coast, Cairns and Sunshine Coast the whole year. Let’s find out more.
Air NewZealand has announced that it will resume its flights between Australia and Norfolk Island in August.
Qatar Airways boosts Miami flights just in time for busy summer season Starting 12th June 2021, the flag carrier of Qatar will fly 3-times-a-week with its Boeing B777 aircraft. Read the full story here Disneyland Paris all set to reopen for visitors on 17th June Kids now have a new holiday to look forward to […]
In what may be a sign of hope about the future, American Airlines has scheduled flights to New Zealand. Starting December this year, the carrier will recommence services to Auckland and launch a brand-new route to Christchurch.
Pack your bags for a summer holiday as Spain yesterday announced that it is ready to welcome tourists from all over the world starting 7th June 2021. This comes after the European Union agreed to reopen its borders to vaccinated travellers.
Travel Bubbles are always a great concept in theory but they can be a hit or miss. With the help of a travel bubble, people can travel quarantine-free between two areas that are ‘low-risk’ for COVID-19. However, travel bubble between Singapore and HongKong is a different story altogether.
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United Kingdom yesterday announced that a total of 12 destinations have been added to the government’s ’green list’ of destinations that are deemed as safe for travellers to return to England from without the need of quarantine.
New Zealand and Cook Islands have created a two-way travel bubble following several months of a one-way travel bubble. Till now, Cook Islanders have been able to enter New Zealand and skip quarantine. However, Cook Islands has not offered NewZealanders the chance to skip quarantine which will now change.