Trans-Tasman Travel Bubble

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New Zealand Suspends Travel Bubble with Australia
Quarantine-free flights are being halted due to the high risk of letting in the highly infectious Delta variant.
Trans-Tasman Travel Bubble Begins on April 19
The highly anticipated quarantine-free arrangement between Australia and New Zealand will be launched less than two weeks from now.
Asia Pacific Travel Bubbles: The Latest
Wondering when you won’t have to quarantine after an overseas trip? Here are five two-way travel schemes to watch around the region.
Australia Suspends Trans-Tasman Travel Bubble for 72 Hours
New Zealanders flying into cities such as Brisbane, Melbourne, and Sydney will now have to go into mandatory hotel quarantine.
Trans-Tasman Travel Bubble Planned for Q1 Next Year
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the two-way quarantine-free arrangement should be in place by the end of March.
Trans-Tasman Travel Could Resume by Christmas
New Zealand’s prime minister has said that timing is “possible” with a state-by-state approach.
New Zealand Shelves Plans for Trans-Tasman “Travel Bubble”
Instead, Wellington will prioritize the resumption of quarantine-free travel with other Pacific island nations.
Covid-19 Surge Throws “Travel Bubbles” into Doubt
Countries in the Asia-Pacific region are pushing back plans for restarting international tourism to avoid a second wave of the virus.
Could “Travel Bubbles” Define Global Tourism After Covid-19?
Australia and New Zealand are now in high-level talks to agree on a timeline for resuming quarantine-free travel between the two countries.