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Vaccine clot concerns threaten international restart

written by Robyn Tongol | May 5, 2021

A Scoot 787-9, 9V-OJJ, as shot in Melbourne by Victor Pody

In this week’s episode, Australian Aviation’s chief pilot-cum-prodigal son, Boo, returns to join Phil and Adam to discuss the latest issues in the industry.

And chief among them is how the vaccine debate has changed, as worries shift from supply to demand.

Aussies’ reluctance to get the jab is making many worry whether the country will ever open up, with Canberra Airport’s CEO arguing the inoculated should be spared from observing lockdowns.

Finally, the team discusses Anzac Day flypasts, Jetstar’s eye-catching campaign and a mix-up with Brisbane’s green zone.

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