The Qantas Group has revealed a detailed plan for resumption of international flights, with the gradual restart planned around National Cabinet’s phased reopening of international borders and linked to the vaccine rollout in Australia and key overseas markets.
Qantas has announced the launch of its reward campaign for COVID-19 vaccinated Australians. The airline says that this will help them to recognise their role in helping the country get out of lockdown.
American hospitality giant Marriott International has signed an agreement with RF Corval and KS Hotels and Resorts to debut its Moxy brand in Sydney.
Qantas has announced one more route to Queensland, to the world-famous Whitsundays with QantasLink launching direct flights from Brisbane to the Whitsunday Coast (Proserpine) for the first time in seven years.
Qatar Airways has expanded the use of IATA Travel Pass, becoming the first airline to trial COVID-19 vaccine authentication through the IATA Travel Pass ‘Digital Passport’ Mobile App.
Air NewZealand has announced that it will resume its flights between Australia and Norfolk Island in August.
Qantas has announced a further domestic expansion with 7 new flights. The airline has also confirmed that it will be deploying widebody aircrafts on domestic routes.
Qantas has been doing flights to nowhere for quite some time now. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the airline has operated some flights of this type but the latest offering by Qantas is set to appeal to eager astronomy fans.
Air New Zealand has announced that it is ramping up its services between the two countries as the bubble is opening.
Emirates is expecting to bring back its iconic superjumbos to Australia and New Zealand starting late 2021, with A380 tickets now selling between Dubai and Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Christchurch.