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New Zealand Pops Travel Bubble With Australia

The much-vaunted two-way travel bubble between New Zealand and Australia has popped. The travel corridor, set up in mid-April, allowed New Zealanders and Australians to move freely between the countries. But following recent fresh waves of COVID in Australia, New Zealand pulled the plug on Friday for at least the next eight weeks.
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Qantas warns of standowns but promises bright future

A much fitter Qantas is promising its staff huge potential but warns of possible stand-downs if the current lock-downs drag on too long. In a rallying email to staff, Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce said that now, as thousands of flights are canceled, “it might not feel like it some days, but there are lots of reasons for us to be positive.”
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What’s The Difference Between Qantas And QantasLink?

The Qantas Group runs a stable of airlines, the best known being the Qantas brand. Alongside Jetstar, another brand is QantasLink. With an Australia wide network, QantasLink flies routes the bigger Qantas planes cannot profitably operate on. But beyond that, there are a few differences between Qantas and QantasLink. And most are not immediately apparent.
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Jetstar voted Best Low-Cost airline in Asia-Pacific

Jetstar has been voted Best Low-Cost Airline for 2021 in the Asia-Pacific region by AirlineRatings.com in its annual Airline Excellence Awards. The airline group – made up of Jetstar, Jetstar Asia, and Jetstar Japan – is part of the Qantas Group and has been at the forefront of the development of low-cost travel in the region since launching in 2003.
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Jetstar reinstating Singapore – Phuket flights from September

On 1st July 2021 the popular Thai resort island of Phuket reopened to fully vaccinated foreign tourists under its new ‘sandbox’ scheme, with no quarantine on arrival subject to negative COVID-19 tests, allowing travellers to roam the island freely. After 14 days, these visitors are then able to travel to...
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