What is a Travel Bubble
Travel bubbles, also known as travel corridors or corona corridors, are essentially an exclusive partnership between two or more countries that have demonstrated considerable success in containing and combating the COVID-19 pandemic within their respective borders.
These countries then go on to re-establish connections between them by opening up borders and allowing people to travel freely within the zone without having the need to undergo on-arrival quarantine.
Two Way Street
At last, the Travel bubble Australia and New Zealand is now a two-way street with New Zealand opening their border for travellers from Australia on 19 April. Travellers from both countries are free to travel to both countries without involving quarantine. Australia had previously allowed New Zealand travelers to enter without quarantine, and New Zealand is now following suit. Melbourne Airport now offers non-stop flights to four New Zealand destinations: Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington and Queenstown.
Quarantine – free entry
Under the Travel bubble Australia and New Zealand quarantine-free entry into Australia and New Zealand is now available for eligible passengers for the first time in more than a year. To be eligible, you must:
not have tested positive for Covid-19 in the previous 14 days or present flu-like symptoms.
have been in New Zealand and Australia for the last 14 days or more
140 Services Every Week
Each week, around 140 services will operate between Melbourne and New Zealand, and the number will rise to 180 weekly flights by the end of May.
The advent of coronavirus pandemic has brought a multifaceted crisis, to world with global shares taking a hit, unemployment rate skyrocketing and oil prices crashing . As the threat of a global recession looms, it’s no exaggeration to say that the world economy in general is currently in dire straits.Travel is one of the worst hit industries and to get over countries have used travel bubbles and the Travel Bubble Australia and New Zealand is one of them.