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QATAR AIRWAYS: Airline to resume flights to Brisbane from 20 May 2020

Qatar Airways has announced plans to resume scheduled service to Brisbane from 20 May. The carrier will offer three flights per week to Queensland’s capital operated with an A350-1000 aircraft configured with 46 seats in business class and 281 seats in economy.
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GLOBUS: Tour operations suspended until 31 August 2020 and FAQ's launched

The operator has made the decision to suspend operations through to 31 August. In light of this, Globus has introduced an unprecedented program designed to give their travellers options and peace-of-mind when considering their travel plans - the Peace of Mind Travel Plan.
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AVALON WATERWAYS: Cruises suspended until 31 August 2020

The cruise operator has taken the decision to suspend operations through to 31 August. In light of this, Avalon Waterways has introduced an unprecedented program designed to give their travellers options and peace-of-mind when considering their travel plans - the Peace of Mind Travel Plan.
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COSMOS: Suspension of operations extended until 31 August 2020

The operator has made the decision to suspend operations through to 31 August. In light of this, Cosmos has introduced an unprecedented program designed to give their travellers options and peace-of-mind when considering their travel plans - the Peace of Mind Travel Plan.
South Africa
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INTREPID: Global tours extended until 30 September 2020

Intrepid Travel has announced the suspension all tours (excluding some Australia trips) globally until at least 30 September. In light of this, they have published updated information for affected customers, including the automatic issuance of a future travel credit.
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RYANAIR: Airline to restore 40% of scheduled flights from 1 July 2020

Ryanair today announced plans to return to 40% of normal flight schedules from 1 July. The airline will operate a daily flight schedule of almost 1,000 flights, restoring 90% of its pre-COVID-19 route network.
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Ireland
South Africa
Spain
United Kingdom
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QANTAS & JETSTAR: Domestic Australian and Trans-Tasman flights extended

The airlines will now extend existing domestic and Trans-Tasman flight cancellations beyond the end of May through to the end of June 2020. International flight cancellations will be extended through to the end of July 2020.
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New Zealand
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4D: Live list of hotel closures now available

To help travel managers stay up-to-date on current hotel closures, we've partnered with 4th Dimension to create a live list of hotels that have temporarily closed in Australia and New Zealand.
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VIRGIN AUSTRALIA: Airline to resume flying minimal domestic schedule

Virgin Australia has announced it will resume flying a minimal domestic schedule from 17 April following a request by the federal government. The schedule will operate for a period of eight weeks, until 7 June, and flights will gradually go on sale from today through the airline website.
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ALLIANCE AIRLINES: Regular domestic Australia schedule set to continue

The Australian domestic airline (sold via Virgin Australia) has confirmed that will continue to operate a regular schedule between the cities of Brisbane, Bundaberg and Gladstone. These services currently run six days weekly, from Monday to Friday and on Sundays.
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AIR NEW ZEALAND: Time frame extended for reduced network

Air New Zealand is extending the timeframe for its significantly reduced network by a month, with its minimal international operations to continue through to 30 June 2020.
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New Zealand
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AUSTRALIA: Queensland border controls tightened from 10 April 2020

The Australian state is set to introduce even stricter border controls from 10 April, requiring everyone including state residents to apply for a pass before they can enter. Anyone who has travelled through a COVID-19 hotspot will also be required to go into 14 days quarantine.
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