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Qantas reopens international bookings on vaccine hopes – Sydney Morning Herald

Qantas has reopened ticket sales across its international network from July 1 in a sign the airline is optimistic COVID-19 vaccines will do the trick.

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“We continue to review and update our international schedule in response to the developing COVID-19 situation,” she said.
Qantas boss Alan Joyce has said that a vaccine would be necessary for quarantine-free travel to resume to destinations like the US and UK, which are both experiencing a surge in coronavirus infections, and that proof of immunisation will be a condition of travel.
New Zealand is the only international destination Qantas is currently flying to, after Australia reopened its border…

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