TRAVEL BETWEEN NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA
The Australian government has announced a Safe Travel Zone with New Zealand.
This means travellers originating from New Zealand will be able to travel on a Quarantine free flight between Auckland and Sydney and onward to New South Wales, Northern Territory, South Australia and Tasmania, provided they have not been in an area designated as a COVID-19 hotspot in New Zealand in the preceding 14 days.
Other states may permit travellers at a later stage. Please check with each state or territory’s rules that you are planning travel to. If this does not fit within the quarantine free rules you may be required to isolate on arrival.
All travellers must complete an online Travel Declaration at least 72 hours prior to departure. Click here for details
PLEASE NOTE: Restrictions remain in place for people travelling to New Zealand, including passengers returning from Australia. All passengers arriving in New Zealand will need to register their managed isolation accommodation requirements, and be in receipt of a Managed Isolation Allocation System Voucher prior to check-in. For more information visit the NZ MIQ Government site www.miq.govt.nz/
TRAVEL TO THE UK
Effective October 30, 2020, new United Kingdom regulations require airlines and travel advisors to provide all passengers traveling to the UK with COVID-19 information at four stages of the passenger journey, including booking.
A key part of this is ensuring people entering England are aware of the public health advice and coronavirus-related duties for entering and staying within England, so that they can:
• make informed decisions about whether to travel
• arrive prepared to follow the necessary public health guidelines and comply with their duties