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Podcast: When will tourists touch down in Australia?

written by Robyn Tongol | February 1, 2022

Qantas 787 Dreamliner, VH-ZNJ, named Longreach in Qantas Centenary livery (Victor Pody)

This week, the Prime Minister hinted that tourism is soon to be back on the cards for Australia, while Qantas faced the Fair Work Commission again over its ongoing pay dispute with its international cabin crew.

In this episode of the Australian Aviation Podcast, hosts Adam Thorn and Hannah Dowling discuss the Prime Minister’s announcement, and what this could mean for local and foreign airlines.

Plus, the crew debate Qantas’ desire to lock in the return of Perth-London flights, or risk losing their direct London route altogether.

Finally, the team reveals the details of a robbery gone wrong at Mackay Airport, after a man abandoned his plans to steal a helicopter, for a high-speed getaway on a tractor.

Click here to listen on your device. 

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