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CANBERRA AIRPORT UPDATE

Canberra Airport Group
Canberra Airport Group | 4 weeks ago

Over the last few weeks, Canberra Airport has begun its recovery from the devastating effects of COVID-19. New flight routes are being created and two new airlines have joined the family. A full list of changes is available below:

 

The South Australian border opened to the ACT:

The South Australian Government has revoked its border closure to the ACT, meaning if you are a non-essential traveller and arrive in South Australia after travelling by air from WA, NT, QLD, ACT, NSW or Tasmania, and have not left the airport terminal whilst in transit, you are not required to self-quarantine or submit to a COVID-19 test.

There are currently 10 direct flights per week from Canberra Airport to Adelaide Airport.

To read more, click here.

 

Queensland border opens to the ACT:

Queensland border is now open to the ACT for non-essential travellers, as long as the traveller has not been to a Queensland declared COVID-19 hotspot (Victoria & NSW) in the past 14 days.

All travellers must apply for a Queensland Border Declaration Pass prior to their departure.

There is currently 23 weekly flights to Brisbane with Qantas and Virgin, as well as 7 weekly flights to the Gold Coast with Qantas and Virgin Airlines.

To read more, click here. 

 

Alliance Airlines join Canberra Airport with flights to the Sunshine Coast, then on to Cairns:

Alliance Airlines has announced it will commence 2 weekly scheduled services between Canberra and Sunshine Coast and onwards to Cairns from 23 October 2020.

The new double destination service is the first time Alliance Airlines has offered regular passenger services to Canberra and are one of Australia’s top regional air operators headquartered in Brisbane.

To read more, click here.

 

Link Airways joins Canberra Airport with flights to Hobart:

Canberra Airport has announced Link Airways will commence four weekly scheduled return services between Canberra and Hobart, Tasmania, from 3 December 2020 or earlier depending on border openings between the ACT and Tasmania.

Link Airways, a Canberra owned airline, will provide direct flights from Canberra to Hobart for the first time since 2013, further establishing the expansion of tourism and business.

To read more, click here.

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