Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 10 Jun 2019
Total posts 15
Is there an active or up to date list of airlines that don't require vaccination, im finding it very difficult to find out without going through every airlines website.
Member since 26 Aug 2019
Total posts 13
Depends where your going but Qatar and Singapore are fine as long as not entering either country.
Originally Posted by 787boeing
Member since 07 May 2020
Total posts 109
No airline for me if they require a poison prick to board. Let's see how many stupid airlines there are, and how long they hold on to their own self flagellation stance. However, at this time I think that airlines like Qantas are just virtue signaling because it would be embarrassing for them to admit that the poison prick won't save them. Either you are in the business of selling a seat to travel, or not. It's not like they have a monopoly on anything other than stupid!
Member since 25 Oct 2019
Total posts 38
Originally Posted by GoRobin
Originally Posted by vhojm
Although, you'd struggle to fly around the world for two years if it were flat.
Member since 14 Jun 2022
Total posts 1
Originally Posted by Nexus
Member since 05 Oct 2017
Total posts 84
The vast majority of airlines don't require vaccination. Some that did previously, such as Air New Zealand, have lifted their mandates. Qantas is one of the few virtue signaling airlines left that still maintain this unscientific and discriminatory policy. I think it's only a matter of time before they're pressured to lift it. I think they'll wait until the Federal government scraps vaccine mandates for incoming foreign nationals.
Now it's more a case of airlines following the requirements of the destination.
For example, unvaccinated Australian citizens and permanent residents do not require quarantine or special permission to enter or leave the country anymore as hotel quarantine has now been lifted in every state and territory. Foreign nationals who don't hold permanent residency still do, but I expect this will be lifted soon, probably by the end of July or August. The USA is similar - foreign nationals can't fly there if unvaccinated, but this restriction should soon be scrapped.
In Asia, the Philippines, Myanmar, Brunei and Singapore also impose restrictions on unvaccinated foreign nationals entering. Laos has scrapped it's restrictions on unvaccinated foreign nationals entering since May 9, and now only a negative antigen test is sufficient (some land border crossings aren't even checking this anymore so in practice only a passport is needed). Vietnam has lifted all Covid controls, while Cambodia imposes a 7-day hotel quarantine on the unvaccinated. Malaysia requires a 5-day home quarantine. Thailand allows unvaccinated persons in, imposing no quarantine, with a negative pre-departure test (PCR or antigen). Insurance is required, as it is for vaccinated individuals. Japan is only open to triple vaccinated foreign tourists on group tours, with other categories of foreigners allowed in only if they have ties to Japan (students, workers, those married to Japanese nationals). Unvaccinated foreigners in these categories are permitted, but with quarantine. South Korea has lifted quarantines on unvaccinated travellers, but requires a negative pre departure test and another post-arrival test. Unfortunately, Hong Kong and Macau both require vaccination to enter, but also at least a 7 day hotel quarantine AND are only open to residents and limited categories of foreign nationals. General foreign entrants, such as tourists and business travellers can not enter Hong Kong or Macau, regardless of their vaccination status or willingness to quarantine. In effect, these two territories remain closed.
Nearly all of Europe, barring Germany, France and Finland is open to unvaccinated third country foreign nationals (such as Australians). Spain and Portugal require a negative pre-departure test. All others, including the UK and Ireland, have lifted Covid restrictions and don't require anything. They've also lifted mask mandates on board flights and at airports so arrival procedures are much the same as pre-Covid.
Overall, around 60 nations have lifted ALL Covid restrictions, while something like 100 others (a few of which I mentioned above) only need a negative pre-departure test and no quarantine.
The last remaining "quarantine strongholds" generally quarantine everyone regardless of vaccination status. One good example of this is mainland China.
Only in Australia are vaxtards still virtue signalling like this and wishing death upon those who didn't take the kill shot. Looking over social media comments in the USA, Canada, Europe, even Asia (I am fluent or at least well versed in several Asian languages as well) I've noticed a majority of people are now awake to true agenda of the Covid vaccine. Very few people are still defending it, except on politically correct forums like this one, or several heavily censored expat forums in Asia. It's hilarious, since even the locals in these countries are not defending the shot anymore.
Even on the New York Times comments section, there's a 50-50 split and on Channel 7/9/10 news FB pages there are more awake people than those asleep.
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