A NZ Herald article.
Airports on both sides of the Tasman and airlines are preparing for the start of a one-way bubble travel tomorrow with Air New Zealand operating a special quarantine-free flight.
From tomorrow those on quarantine-free flights to New South Wales and the Northern Territory won’t have to go into isolation for 14 days. Those returning to New Zealand will however, have to go through quarantine.
Jetstar and Qantas will also resume limited services from Auckland to Sydney tomorrow joining Air New Zealand and Qatar flying transtasman.
Air New Zealand says it will operate its first flight as part of the Safe Travel Zone with New South Wales tomorrow with nearly all passengers booked one-way.
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