Travel News November

Published on November 02, 2021
Travel News November

For the last 10 years, Procurement Australia has been working collaboratively with our Travel solution partner FCM to ensure that we are always bringing value and service to our members.

We are always eager to touch base with our valued members, to keep you up to date with what is going on in the travel industry.


Qantas to open popup transit lounge at Darwin Airport

Qantas will open a temporary lounge to cater for eligible customers travelling between Sydney
and London via Darwin from next month.

Qantas will lease Darwin International Airport’s Catalina lounge, which will have space for
approximately 100 guests utilising existing furniture and fittings.  


Virgin’s Flexible Flying Policy extended to 30 April 2022

To give you greater peace of mind when booking your next flight, Virgin has extended its Flexible Flying policy for travel up to 30 April 2022.

Virgin knows flexibility is more important than ever. That’s why they’re offering unlimited changes and waiving the change fee and providing the option to cancel your booking and opt for a credit.


NSW scraps quarantine for overseas travellers

Fully vaccinated Australians returning home from overseas will no longer need to enter quarantine in Sydney from 1 November 2021 as NSW becomes the first Australian state to drop mandatory quarantine.

As of November 1, the only requirement will be that people arriving into NSW – must be fully-vaccinated and take a Covid-19 test before boarding their flight to Australia.


Qantas brings flights forward as VIC opens to the world

Qantas will bring forward international flights from Melbourne following the Victorian Government’s decision to remove quarantine requirements for fully vaccinated travellers returning from overseas from November.

The national carrier welcomes the decision by the Victorian Government, which was made possible by the huge number of Victorians who have rolled up their sleeves to get vaccinated.

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