US to lift border restrictions for fully-vaxxed air travellers
Biden has decided enough is enough with the so-called ‘212f’ restrictions that the US has imposed on 33 countries.
IATA Travel Pass the “green light” to fly internationally with Qantas and Jetstar
After trialling and testing a number of potential solutions, the Qantas Group has revealed what Aussies will need to get outta here and overseas.
New marketplace lets travel agents avoid GDS surcharges (and keep incentives)
This article is all about GDS, the NDC and LCCs. If all of those acronyms have gone right over your head, we suggest skipping to the next story.
“There’s a fair bit of work to still go there”: ScoMo plays down hype around ‘vaccine passports’
by Ali Coulton
When the PM talks about international travel, the whole of Australia listens. However, in this instance, you’re going to have to switch on your eyes rather than your ears.
APAC countries dominate the latest passport rankings
They might seem fairly useless right now, but that hasn’t stopped Henley & Partners from churning out its latest passport index.
COVID-19 deniers threaten to boycott Qantas after Joyce’s vaccine revelation
by Ali Coulton
Anti-vaxxers, COVID-19 deniers and general conspiracy theorists are having an absolute field day following the news that Qantas passengers will need a COVID-19 vaccine to travel internationally.
Emirates unveils new NDC-powered gateway for travel agents
Have you always found Emirates’ online trade platform to be a little clunky and lacking in capabilities? Relieve your tech-induced pain here.
Kiwis have the most powerful passports in the world, new rankings show
by Christian Fleetwood
Australia’s soon-to-be trans-Tasman travel ‘bubble’ buddy has claimed top spot as the nation offering the most powerful passport in the world.
IATA issues stern warning to non-mask-wearing plane passengers
The commercial aviation industry’s peak body is fed up with plane passengers refusing to wear masks, judging by its latest statement.
Global air travel won’t return to pre-coronavirus levels until 2024, says IATA
This revised forecast by IATA makes for grim reading, so we recommend skipping this story if you’re over all the doom and gloom.
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