Flights From America and Singapore Will Be the First to Enter Australiaon October 29, 2021 at 1:54 am

International commercial flights from North America and Singapore will be the first to carry passengers to Australia after the country lifts its international travel ban in November. Home Affairs Minister Karen Andrews confirmed that a Qantas flight from North America and a Singapore Airlines voyage would land in Sydney and that people would be able to greet their families and friends coming back from overseas at the airport. “It will be fantastic to see those aircraft touch down here in Australia,” Andrews told Network Ten on Friday. From Nov.1, fully vaccinated travellers can enter Sydney and Melbourne without hotel quarantine, while those unvaccinated will still need to isolate for two weeks in the hotel. The border opening up was announced this week after the nation has hit the 70 percent double dose vaccination threshold, with Prime Minister Scott Morrison confirming that a quarantine-free travel bubble with Singapore would resume on …

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