The travel bubble between Australia and New Zealand is a model that could provide lessons for other governments, the new head of global airline group IATA believes.
Asked at the World Aviation Festival whether the trans-Tasman bubble was “a model or a sideshow”, International Air Transport Association director-general Willie Walsh came down firmly on the side of a model.
“It’s good to be able to test it,’’ he said. “It’s good to be able to see the passenger-consumer reaction, to see the airport reaction, to see the government reaction.
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