Qantas Airline Plans to Reopen International Flights to and from Australia in October

A spokesman from Qantas has announced that the Australian Airline is actively looking into several “vaccine-passport” options that will allow them to identify and verify vaccinated travelers, aiming to resume international flights by the end of October. 

So far, the company has been trialing the CommonPass and IATA Travel Pass smartphone apps on their international repatriation flights.

Qantas plans to offer flights to 22 international destinations including Los Angeles, London, Singapore and Johannesburg through Qantas network from October 31, 2021. 

Flights to New York, Santiago and Osaka will remain closed but passengers would be able to fly to these cities under “oneworld arrangements with partner airlines.”

For its part,

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