International Flights Are Back…Sort of

Flights are back…sort of.

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The first international flight to arrive into Australia, where passengers will be exempt from quarantine, is due today.

Air New Zealand Flight Auckland to Sydney
Auckland to Sydney Flights are back.

Whilst this is exciting news, there’s a slight catch. If you wanted to travel to → New Zealand, you would still have to quarantine for 14 days upon arrival. Baby steps. Still it gives us hope that soon, international flights will resume in the future.

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In other news, Singapore and Hong Kong have just opened up a travel bubble between each other. Read more...

Not much use to anyone living elsewhere but again, it’s these baby steps that if all goes well, then other border restrictions will ease in the coming months.

For anyone who does travel, please don’t ruin it for the rest of us.

Airfares are all over the place. With most airlines grounding the majority of their fleet, you can expect higher airfares with the occasional cheap seat if booked in advance.

Search the latest airfares comparing hundreds of airlines and online travel agents, including budget airlines now.

Still, whilst this news may not be the answer to your 2020 woes, it’s a sign that travel will come back and before we know it, this will all be a story.

If you’re desperate to get away, it’s the perfect time to explore your own backyard. Need a good read? Check out my book of poetry, Drunk Love Sober Death.

For the latest information regarding COVID19 restrictions, check the IATA Travel Website or contact your prospective airline. Always listen to official government advice such as Smart Traveller (AU), Gov (UK) (US) and GOVT (NZ).

Thanks for reading!
Happy travels
Jade Jackson – Listen to my podcast Jade Talks Travel
Travel Writer | Podcaster | Photographer

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