Australians will have to be fully vaccinated to fly when flights resume


As per ABC News from Australia, it seems that the major airlines are waiting for the green light from the federal Government to resume its operations mid Nov.

Qantas is said to have stated it’s ready for international flights to resume, but flying will look a bit different for a while.

looking at what flying would look like, to fly overseas on a Qantas flight, passengers will need to be fully vaccinated and are expected that people will have to wear masks for the duration of their flights.

Qantas says it’s ready to restart international flights on November 14.

However, it could resume its flights earlier or later than that — it’s just waiting on the federal government to say exactly when borders will reopen so it can adjust its plan accordingly.

Once borders reopen, the airline will operate three weekly return flights between Sydney and London, and three weekly return flights between Sydney and Los Angeles.

The most likely Aircrafts that Qantas may use are its Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners, which hold 236 passengers.

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