International flights to cease inbound travel to Melbourne

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Adz11

Member since 15 Jan 2021

Total posts 2

https://twitter.com/rwillingham/status/1362211288537919488?s=21

What does this mean - for long term flight availability and international lounges.

kimshep

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 11 Oct 2014

Total posts 375

@Adz11 - personally, I don't yet know ~ but keep reading the original Twitter thread. Some of the most humorous, intelligent and witty posts I have read in the last week.

Captain Dan and his (faux) 'Gold Standard' sure is coming in for a well-deserved roasting. Not 'political' - just fact.

andyf

Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards

Member since 07 Dec 2014

Total posts 52

Its pathetic that Australia's second largest city has had to shut its hotel quarantine program twice - not accepting people for the majority of the pandemic.

Sydney has taken 140,000 travellers. Brisbane has taken 41,000 travellers. Melbourne has taken 35,000.

Melbourne is a city that constantly loves to compare itself to Sydney in some sort of superiority complex; but the numbers show that when overseas Australians needed support most, Melbourne wasn't there to help.

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