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Inside Aviation: How does UK jab approval affect Australia?

written by Robyn Tongol | December 7, 2020
Social distancing sign at Auckland Airport (Source: AKL)

The first COVID vaccination has been approved in the UK – but what does this mean for Australia and international travel?

In this week’s Inside Aviation catch-up, Phil and Adam discuss why the approval could pose questions in many countries, and what this means for life returning to normal.

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Plus, European budget airline Ryanair has ordered an additional 75 MAX jets in a deal worth more than $9 billion.

Is this the breakthrough Boeing needs to end two years of hell, or has Ryanair just pounced on a bargain?

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