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The airport will now accept just over one thousand Australians returning home each week.
Overseas visitors are a driver of broader economic activity, especially in the post-COVID era.
More airlines join Hong Kong's 14-day blacklist as the city rushes to contain its latest COVID-19 outbreak.
Victorian premier Dan Andrews says Melbourne will once again welcome overseas flights.
An eight-year delay, automatic doors that lacked electricity and too-short escalators were an embarrassing tale for Germany.
Australia's second-largest international gateway has been shuttered since July.
The pandemic pause in travel may actually improve the long-term outlook for frequent flyers, say experts.
Flying from Melbourne to Sydney? You'll now arrive at the international terminal, and be taken into mandatory hotel quarantine.
The consolidation of Oneworld airlines at Heathrow T5 continues, with Qatar Airways and JAL making the move next week.
Business travellers and frequent flyers will welcome the news that London City will sport not just one but two lounges.
With terminal closures extending to next year, more Oneworld airlines consider relocating to T5.
The fast turnaround tests would help reopen travel on the bust trans-Atlantic route.
An overflow of travellers on flights originally bound for Melbourne is straining Sydney's quarantine facilities.
Around 25% of all travel applications are denied, and where approvals are given, many supporting documents are typically needed.
Melbourne Airport pulls down the shutters to all arriving international passenger flights until mid-July.
The coronavirus travel downturn adds further wrinkles to Berlin's already-complicated airport landscape.
A post-pandemic push will see work commence this year on a vital rail line to Sydney's new airport.
The downsizing of London's major airport will see half its terminals closed as traffic plummets to just 10%.