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.
Qantas yesterday announced a new addition to its series of highly popular concept flights to combat the border blues.
Singapore Airlines on Monday ferried the 1st 1,42,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine to Sydney.
All Nippon Airways plans to suspend as many as 16 international routes in its summer schedule which begins from 28th March,2021.
Emirates has announced that it will resume services to Australia following a temporary suspension.
Air New Zealand has revealed that it will continue to operate a limited international network from 28th March,2021, through the end of June as the country’s borders remain largely shut.
Accor has unveiled a line-up of new hotel openings around the world, following what it describes as a “year of unprecedented challenges”.
At least 3 more airlines have been allowed to recommence stopovers in Singapore by Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS).