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All the international destinations Qantas is flying to in December

Qantas has announced departure dates for a selection of international destinations in December. The carrier’s first commercial international flights in almost two years are scheduled to depart on December 18 to London, Los Angeles, Vancouver and Singapore. Flights will depart from Melbourne and Sydney, and in the case of the London flights go via either Perth…
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Britain’s international cruising restart gets the go-ahead

Following the announcement that from August 2, the UK will be allowing fully vaccinated travellers from the U.S. and EU to enter the country without the need to quarantine on arrival, international cruises from England are also set to restart after a forced 16-month hiatus. UK domestic cruising restarted from 17 May, with the Department…
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EU Reopening Borders To Vaccinated Travelers From “Safe” Countries

On Wednesday (18 May 2021), the European Union announced its decision to reopen its borders to visitors who have been fully vaccinated with an approved vaccine or those who are coming from a list of “safe” countries from a COVID-19 perspective. The list of “safe” countries is still be finalized but is expected to be announced by Friday. The…
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Fly from Sydney, Brisbane or Melbourne to Perth for $299!

From today, 17 May 2021, people on the east coast will be able to take advantage of an exceptional Qantas airfare offer, tempting them to ‘take a mate to WA’. The special fares *, which are subject to conditions, mean people can fly from Sydney, Brisbane or Melbourne to Perth for $299 per person, when…
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Travel Advice Worth Packing

Planning a holiday is exciting. The Australian Federation of Travel Agents (AFTA) understands that a travel-related booking can often be a large purchase and so they encourage travellers to take simple steps to protect themselves in the same way they would for any purchase. In Australia, the Australian Federation of Travel Agents (AFTA) administers the…
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