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Travel News April

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For the last 10 years, Church Resources has been working collaboratively with our Travel solution partner FCM to ensure that we are always bringing value and service to our members.

We are always eager to touch base with our valued members, to keep you up to date with what is going on in the travel industry.

Virgin Australia – Update on New Zealand Services

Virgin Australia has welcomed the New Zealand Government’s decision to establish quarantine-free travel between New Zealand and Australia, providing a boost of confidence for travellers looking to reunite with family and friends and do business across the Tasman.

The airline will continue to make available for booking limited flights to and from Queenstown from 18 September 2021.

Kiwi Holidays are Back. Two-Way Bubble with New Zealand Set to Open 

From 19 April 2021, the Qantas Group will initially operate up to 122 return flights per week across the Tasman once the bubble opens, with capacity to be added as the market recovers. 

Qantas App Will Soon Include Upgrade Alerts within Hours of a Flight

Imagine being in your Uber en route to the airport, or sitting in the lounge, when the Qantas app on your smartphone pings you that there’s an upgrade from economy to business class available on your imminent Qantas flight.

That’s the scenario which Qantas says will be made available from mid-year, when the app gains live upgrade alerts.

Singapore Airlines Corporate Travel Update

At every step of the journey, Singapore Airlines have enhanced health and safety measures to ensure their customers can travel with confidence. These efforts have seen them recognised with a Diamond rating – the highest level attainable – in the APEX (Airline Passenger Experience Association) Health Safety powered by SimpliFlying audit of global airlines.