Virgin Australia has announced that they will be operating a slew of interstate and international flights to help bring stranded residents home.
The airline will be operating over 64 domestic flights per week to over 17 return destinations including Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney and Brisbane.
Along with these domestic flights, the airline will also be operating weekly repatriation flights to and from Los Angeles and Hong Kong.
Aside from bringing home residents who are stranded interstate and overseas, these flights will enable essential travellers to continue flying during this time and will also help to maintain important freight links into and across the country.
To provide travellers with flexibility during this time, the airline plans to waive change fees on bookings between March 15 and June 30.
Flight routes and schedules can be viewed and booked via Virgin Australia’s website.
Upon returning home, all interstate and overseas travellers will be required to enter self-isolation for 14 days.
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