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Podcast: Lockdown knocks aviation’s recovery off track

written by Robyn Tongol | June 2, 2021

Two Qantas A330s, as shot by Victor Pody
Two Qantas A330s, as shot by Victor Pody

Weren’t things going so well? Domestic aviation had seen record low prices, record high planes in the air and almost all employees back to work.

However, Victoria’s latest lockdown has sent the industry back into crisis mode. This week, Adam and Phil discuss what it means – and how big the damage could be.

The team also discusses last week’s big interview with Rex deputy chairman John Sharp, who talked about the long-running disagreement between the regional airline and Qantas.

Finally, the podcast investigates whether coffee by drone is a good thing, or not.

Click here to listen on your device. 

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