Green zone flights from New Zealand to Australia are back on from Sunday,.
The one-way trans-Tasman travel bubble is back in business from Sunday, but anyone who has been in Auckland will need to have a recent negative test.
The resumption of quarantine-free flights from 12.01am Sunday Australian eastern time was announced by the country’s chief medical officer, Professor Paul Kelly, on Saturday evening.
They were suspended following the emergence of several new community Covid-19 cases in Auckland.
“All passengers travelling from New Zealand on a green zone flight, who have been in Auckland for any period (with exception of the airport for travel) over the last 14-days, will be required to provide evidence at check-in of a…