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CAAC approves two international routes

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China’s aviation authority has given the go-ahead for a pair of new international passenger services.

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New Zealand-Australia quarantine-free routes suspended

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A new COVID-19 case in New Zealand prompts Australia to take action.

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Air New Zealand adds Cook Islands flights

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Passengers from the Cook Islands can resume quarantine-free travel into New Zealand from Jan. 21.

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Air New Zealand starts flights on third quarantine-free Australian route

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Carriers in both countries await the establishment of a two-way travel bubble.

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Recovery Tracker: LOT Polish Airlines, Lufthansa, Porter Airlines and more

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A weekly round-up of the latest news from the aviation industry as airlines and airports seek to recover from the COVID-19 crisis.

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Philippine Airlines schedules limited Auckland service in Nov/Dec 2020

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Philippine Airlines in November and December 2020 schedules limited-time service to New Zealand, as the airline’s A330-300 operates Manila...

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Route Analysis: SYD-AKL, DEL-YVR, AUH-KTM

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Routes analyzes some of the services returning as well as new routes being launched. This week we look at Qantas resuming trans-Tasman flights; Air...

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Qantas resumes Sydney – Auckland service from mid-Oct 2020

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Qantas Airways last week reopened reservation for Trans-Tasman service, for travel in October and November. From 16OCT20, the oneWorld carrier...

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Air New Zealand further reduces Los Angeles service from mid-Oct 2020

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Air New Zealand in recent schedule update further revised planned Auckland – Los Angeles route for Northern winter 2020/21 season. From...

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Australia establishing travel bubble for routes from New Zealand

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Qantas is looking to take advantage of the relaxation while Virgin Australia and Air New Zealand react more cautiously.

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