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Podcast: Australia finally, finally opens its borders to the world

written by Robyn Tongol | November 2, 2021

Where were we? Oh yes, COVID, border closures, lockdowns, thousands upon thousands of redundancies, lawsuits and the worst two years in aviation since World War II.

But on the Australian Aviation podcast, hosts Phil Tarrant and Adam Thorn celebrate, if not the very end of the pandemic, certainly the moment the corner has been turned.

On today’s episode, the team discusses just what the opening of international borders means for a weary nation, as Qantas operates its iconic QF1 flight from Sydney to London once again.

Plus, we ask, can new airline Bonza really find lucrative new routes in a market already dominated by three main players?

Click here to listen on your device. 

2 Comments

  • Daniel

    says:

    Looking forward to listening to this episode! Such an exciting week for aviation and can’t wait to be on a plane again, hopefully in the very near future when PCR test requirements/cost reduce a little.

  • John

    says:

    Great reviews and interviews, professional understanding of the aviation world
    Keep them coming !

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