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Inside Aviation: Will vaccine open up Australia?

written by Robyn Tongol | November 13, 2020
A Qantas Airbus A380 at Sydney airport. The airline will require
(Rob Finlayson)

Last week, the world celebrated as we edged closer to having a coronavirus vaccine. But the good news also raises questions for international border openings.

In our Inside Aviation catch-up, Phil Tarrant, Adam Thorn and a returning Boo chat about what this means for removing restrictions.

Is it as simple as a ‘shot in the arm’ solving our problems, and how will it affect Australia?

Finally, The team also discuss Emirates posting huge losses, the endless sad demise of the unloved A380 and yet another ‘vertiport’.

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