Expanded travel bubble not far away, says the PM
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has hinted that an expanded travel bubble may not be far away.
The PM said the trans-Pacific bubble could include destinations such as Fiji, Vanuatu, Tonga and/or the Solomon Islands.
“We are very focused on supporting our Pacific family, and the idea of a bubble that goes beyond New Zealand and Australia is a real possibility,” he said.
Fiji was very close to a quarantine-free travel arrangement with Australia before suffering a COVID-19 outbreak last month, says Travel Weekly.
Qantas Group chief Alan Joyce is “excited” and “optimistic” about any mention of a trans-Pacific travel bubble in the near future.
“We have the aircraft and we have the people,” he said.
“The more bubbles the better, because we can activate more aircraft, get more people back to work and help the tourism industries in the countries that are very dependent on tourism.”
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