Qantas yesterday announced a new addition to its series of highly popular concept flights to combat the border blues.
Qantas is pushing back its plan to resume international flight services until late October 2021.
According to BBC, a senior health official from Australia has said that the country is unlikely to fully open its borders in 2021 even if most of its population gets vaccinated this year as planned.
Qantas has announced flights to several new destinations in early 2021.
Qantas’ CEO last month struck a nerve by saying that all passengers will require a COVID-19 vaccine for flying on international flights.
Qantas has scheduled repatriation flights as part of the Australian Government’s efforts to repatriate thousands of citizens stranded in Europe.
Qantas boss Alan Joyce yesterday said he would require passengers on future Qantas international services to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
Australian carrier Qantas still remains optimistic about a two way air travel bubble between Australia and NewZealand.
Qantas is adding flights to Tasmania from next month and beyond.
Qantas plans to resume international flights in the form of repatriation flights under a government plan to bring back approximately 25000 Australians.