Post-coronavirus, ‘normal’ travel may not resume until 2023. Business travellers will lead the recovery, but traffic won’t be back to 2019-levels until 2023. With airlines around the world reeling from the impact of the coronavirus outbreak, and the very real risk that some will be unable to survive the effects of the pandemic-led slowdown …
Will international flights ever resume?
Even if the required domestic air travel volume is met, international flights are expected to resume in phases and the normalcy of travel frequency in flights will not be witnessed for a very long time.
When will Qantas resume international flights?
At the beginning of this year Qantas optimistically scheduled a resumption of international flights from July 1; this was later pushed back to October 31, to align with the expected timeframe for Australia鈥檚 COVID-19 vaccine rollout to be effectively complete.
When will the central government resume flight operations?
As per reports, the central government may resume flight operations by mid-July according to various reports. It is expected that the government will be in a better position to resume international flights when the domestic air traffic volume reaches 50 per cent, which is expected to happen until mid-July.