• I think it was about 45 minutes on a good day. The last time I did it was NYE 2019, unfortunately no in flight service at all as they were "expecting turbulence", though it was actually a very smooth flight. And no pre-takeoff champagne, they said they would do it after takeoff. So it was a rathe...

  • Agreed they need to follow up with more detail... but I'm confident it won't be government transport from the airport to your home quarantine (they don't have the vehicles or manpower to do this). I guess it will be up to the states whether to require testing. Hopefully they will specify the date...

  • It raises some interesting data protection questions for sure. And while truly troublesome passengers probably deserve to be kept off planes, there have been various cases where people get kicked off a plane for less justifiable reasons (Dr Dao on United comes to mind, but also cases where passen...

  • As Singapore will only allow entry to vaccinated travellers I expect you will just have to show a stamped (travel) passport if they continue with requiring proof of vaccination for venues. Much simpler than checking different nations' certificates. This would push verification to the C&I stag...

  • Richard W, I would like to fly - and I could probably get a work-related exemption to do so - but the process for actually becoming one of the passengers who gets accepted incoming to Australia (not bumped two days before due to return) is incredibly opaque and has put me off travelling. I simply...

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  • I would expect your chances to be close to zero. "Prevented from" doesn't mean the same as "don't want to". Unless the equipment substitution leads to you being bumped then the airline's view is that they are still providing you with a journey from point A to point B (there's almost certainly som...

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