Omicron fears get flights cancelled

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Omicron fears get flights cancelled

Over 80 flights cancelled as airline staff forced to isolate, Jetstar cancelled flights list, Sydney flights cancelled today, Virgin Australia flights cancel,
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Highlights

  • Thousands of Australians' Christmas eve travel plans are in shambles, and many will be unable to fly to their destinations to celebrate the holiday.
  • Airline staff Covid exposures and close contact rules resulted in the cancellation of 80 flights.
  • The Sydney-Melbourne route was hit the hardest. 

How would you react if your Christmas plans were thwarted due to the omicron corona variant? You're going to be heartbroken. Correct?

Australia is devastated by Omicron. Thousands of Australians' Christmas eve travel plans are in shambles, and many will be unable to fly to their destinations to celebrate the holiday.

Corona has taught us to be prepared for any unexpected situations. Staying away from your loved ones or friends on Christmas Eve is the most painful experience.

Let’s explore how Omicron swept away the happiness of Australians before Christmas Eve throughout the article.

Recent Article: Qantas Airways to Provide Refunds for Flight Cancellations

 

Why did Australian airlines cancel their flights?

 

Christmas is a worldwide celebration that brings people together. It's the time of year when people get together with family and friends to rejoice and celebrate Christmas eve.

However, these times are different for Australians who live far away from their loved ones and eagerly await the 25 of December.

Let us shed some light on why Australians may not be able to reconnect with their loved ones in time for Christmas.

 

Furthermore, a Jetstar representative said in a statement,

Final thoughts

Australians may not have expected their Christmas plans to be disrupted just a few hours before the big day. 

Passengers expressed their dissatisfaction with the last-minute cancellations on Twitter, with many claiming that their holiday seasons had been ruined. Passengers who have been affected are now hoping for the best to arrive at their destinations in time for Christmas.

Recent Article: How many international airlines are still flying to Australia?

 

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