How Australia's smaller airports have navigated the COVID crisis

Chris Frame discovers how some of Australia’s smaller gateways have navigated the challenges presented by the COVID-19 crisis

Australia's vast size means air travel is often a necessity

While it hasn’t been without its critics, Australia’s response to COVID-19 has been widely praised as a successful model for containing the pandemic. The adoption of a hard international border in March 2020, as well as the creation of checkpoints at a state level, has helped keep the nation’s infections under control.

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