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Yesterday came an announcement that will excite many a Canberran: interstate flights have resumed at Canberra Airport.
As of 1 June, Canberra Airport has welcomed back passengers to fly without restriction between Canberra, Sydney and Melbourne.
“We are very excited people can now fly without restrictions between these state capitals and we look forward to the airlines increasing the number of flights they have on offer in the coming weeks,” says Canberra Airport’s Head of Aviation Michael Thomson.
Naturally, stringent hygiene practices and COVID-safe guidelines have been of paramount importance to resuming flights and ensuring traveller safety.
“We are maintaining our high levels of hygiene at the airport, social distancing, sanitiser stations, touchless entry to the carparks and terminal, and of course our temperature screening at security.
While Canberrans cannot yet travel to Queensland without restriction, you may fly there from Canberra Airport if you obtain “permission from the Queensland Government”.
Michael added that they hope to offer travel to and from South Australia and Tasmania “in the near future.”
See canberraairport.com.au for more information.