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Inside Aviation: New Zealand flights return to Tasmania

written by Robyn Tongol | November 9, 2020
Hobart Airport will start to see more freight flights depart under a government scheme. (Hobart)

After more than 20 years, Tasmania is finally set to host flights to New Zealand, as the federal government gears up to make the most of the soon-to-be-expanding travel bubble.

It’s rare good news spurred on by the COVID crisis. In this week’s Inside Aviation, Phil and Adam discuss the latest developments in the industry, which is slowly coming back to life as borders reopen.

They also talk about one of the best stories of the year, as Rex finally takes delivery of the first of its 737s. But not before it was spotted by Australian Aviation’s photographer on the ground.

Finally, the team discusses the situation at Cathay, where contract negotiations have turned ugly.

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