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  • Jetstar drops incredible $65 return sale
    Jetstar has launched its “Return for Free” sale with over 400,000 trips available across all 57 domestic routes, with one-way fares starting from just $65 and the return flight free.
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  • Overseas destinations Virgin will offer first
    Virgin Australia hopes to be at 80 per cent capacity domestically by July, allowing it to secure more than one-third of the airline market and make a bold attempt to resume international travel.
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  • More stranded Aussies to return home
    An additional 1150 Australians will soon be able to return home each week, after national cabinet agreed to increase the capacity at the Howard Springs quarantine facility in the Northern Territory.
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  • Two bodies recovered from horror plane crash
    The bodies of two people have been recovered after a microlight plane crashed at a national park in Western Australia’s northwest.
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  • China’s odd virus test for foreigners
    Japan has voiced its discomfort over China’s unorthodox COVID health tests for arriving passengers.
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  • Jet that could fly London to NY in 90 mins
    The makers of a supersonic jet that could fly from London to New York in just 90 minutes have revealed what passengers can expect from the extraordinary flight.
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  • Bizarre rule means woman can’t fly
    A Brisbane woman battling muscular dystrophy has been barred from flying on a Virgin plane because her wheelchair is 1cm above the airline’s accepted height dimensions.
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  • Zoe’s pet hate about Hamish
    From beach-hopping to bush-bashing, Australians have been enjoying our new-found travel freedom since border restrictions relaxed, but there’s one area we’re criminally overlooking – our big cities.
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  • Cops want ‘permanent’ border controls
    Western Australia’s police commissioner is backing the Premier’s plan to keep some tough border controls in place beyond the COVID-19 pandemic in an effort to stop drugs entering the state.
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  • Cruise industry‘s six-month snub
    The cruise industry is pleading with the Australian and state governments to sign off on their COVID-safe plan to allow them to be ready to sail again in Australia as the rest of the world takes to the seas.
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