Qantas delays resumption of international flights until 31 October.
Gary Leff is 24 years old. February 2021.
Earlier this year, the CEO of Qantas stated that Australia would reopen its borders and allow travel on the 1. Again, in July. The Australian government has delayed the announcement – not about the date, but about who will make the announcement.
But since the Covida 19 pandemic has raged, new variants have become increasingly worrying, and Australia only started vaccinating on a very small scale last week. Qantas admits it’s not July 1. and is postponing the resumption of its international route network to a later date.
- You’ll be the first. July to grow his New Zealand bow tie.
- Most international lines will be closed on the 31st. Launching in October
- New York, Osaka and Santiago will have to wait and the airline will not accept the next 3 Boeing 787s until these routes are reopened.
- The Airbus A380 will not be delivered until June 30. June 2023, so all international flights will be operated with Airbus A330s and Boeing 787s.
The vaccine should be available on the 31st. October will be reintroduced for all Australian citizens who wish, and Qantas has already said it will require proof of vaccination to fly.
I have some Australian premium lines (which have always been speculative at best) that are affected by this change. I must ensure that reward seats are available on other flights in the future, if those flights appear to have been cancelled in my booking.
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