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Podcast: Will case spike jitters stop aviation’s recovery?

written by Tasha Levy | June 25, 2020
Virgin Blue began flying on August 31 2000. (Paul Sadler)
Virgin Blue began flying on August 31 2000. (Paul Sadler)

While some Australian airlines slated early July as the date for ramping flights back up, the continuing uncertainty around open borders is perpetuating a lack of confidence in the sector about whether this will actually happen.

In this episode of the Australian Aviation Podcast, hosts Phil Tarrant, Christian “Boo” Boucousis and Adam Thorn delve into a minister’s hint around keeping international borders closed, Australia’s acquisition of its third Triton, and an “unsettling” development in the Virgin saga.

They discuss the ACCC’s crack down on dissatisfied Qantas customers, Avalon Airport’s security upgrade investment, and a Melbourne-based medical drone company that has capitalised on the current crisis.

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Podcast: Will case spike jitters stop aviation’s recovery?

written by Tasha Levy | June 25, 2020
Virgin Blue began flying on August 31 2000. (Paul Sadler)
Virgin Blue began flying on August 31 2000. (Paul Sadler)

While some Australian airlines slated early July as the date for ramping flights back up, the continuing uncertainty around open borders is perpetuating a lack of confidence in the sector about whether this will actually happen.

In this episode of the Australian Aviation Podcast, hosts Phil Tarrant, Christian “Boo” Boucousis and Adam Thorn delve into a minister’s hint around keeping international borders closed, Australia’s acquisition of its third Triton, and an “unsettling” development in the Virgin saga.

They discuss the ACCC’s crack down on dissatisfied Qantas customers, Avalon Airport’s security upgrade investment, and a Melbourne-based medical drone company that has capitalised on the current crisis.

Steer your own in-flight experience – available on print and digital Whether our classic glossy magazine in your letterbox, daily news updates in your inbox, peeling back a few layers in the podcast or our monthly current affair reports, you can count on us to keep you up to date. Sign up today for just $99.95 for more exclusive offers here. Subscribe now at australianaviation.com.au.

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