Australian travel reboot off to a flying start

Australian travel reboot off to a flying start

After four months of next to no flying activity, what is traditionally Australia’s busiest air route, Melbourne-Sydney, will roar back into life in the “start of the ­restart” for the aviation industry.

The reopening of the NSW border to Victoria will see a welcome 42 flights a day between Melbourne and Sydney, up from just four.

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