Virgin Australia has resumed services from Brisbane to Perth, Adelaide and Canberra, as well as Sydney-Perth flights, with the additional services seeing it double current capacity by early July to 320 weekly flights. The move comes along with a new comprehensive range of safety and wellbeing measures, including pre-departure eligibility and health screening, contactless check-in, more frequent cleaning and expanded social distancing. The health related measures have been developed in collaboration with airlines and airports across the country as part of the Australian Aviation Recovery Coalition. VA Chief Commercial Officer John MacLeod said demand for air travel had started to return as state travel restrictions ease. Flights for travel up to 30 September can be changed without fees if required, he confirmed.
Source: Travel Daily