Sumary of Qantas eyeing overseas flights from December:
- } }Play VideoVideoQantas suffered its worst-ever underlying loss before tax of $1.826 billion in the last financial year due to COVID -19Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail UsCopy the LinkWith Australia’s vaccination rollout gaining pace, Qantas says it is time to prepare for a return to some overseas destinations by the end of the year.
- Flights to cities with lower vaccination rates – such as Bali, Jakarta, Manila and Johannesburg, will only restart from April 2022.“I know the prospect of flying overseas might feel a long way off – especially with NSW and Victoria in lockdown,” Qantas CEO Alan Joyce told reporters on a call on Thursday.
- ”Camera IconQantas has reported a full year pre-tax loss of $1.8 billion due to the pandemic.
- Qantas says demand levels will be quite low, if a 14-day hotel quarantine continues to be mandated.