Qantas will subsequent month add one other worldwide repatriation flight to its rising roster, this time from the German hub of Frankfurt.
As with earlier rescue missions from London and New Delhi, the Frankfurt flight will arrive at Darwin, the place passengers will start their 14-day quarantine on the Howard Springs camp earlier than flying on to their ultimate vacation spot inside Australia.
Situated 25km south of Darwin, Howard Springs was beforehand used to deal with Australians who had been evacuated from Wuhan within the early phases of the pandemic, and likewise for passengers stranded on the Diamond Princess cruise ship after it docked in Japan.
The particular QF116 flight will depart Frankfurt at 10.10am on 12 December, reaching Darwin at 10.55am on 13 December.
Seats on the Boeing 787 can be found throughout all three cabin courses from the next costs:
- enterprise class, €5,372
- premium economic system, €2,241
- economic system, €1,297
Qantas notes that “because of the excessive variety of passengers desirous to journey on these flights, it may not be potential to offer seat separation for all passengers, and also you may be seated subsequent to different passengers.”
All passengers will endure a COVID-19 take a look at at a Qantas-designated take a look at supplier inside 24-48 hours earlier than departure; the take a look at is free, however a unfavorable take a look at result’s in fact wanted with the intention to journey.
Face masks have to be worn at some stage in the flight, with passengers required to vary their masks each two hours (Qantas says that it’ll present alternative masks).
For extra info, go to this particular web page on the Qantas web site.