The Qantas Group’s two airlines will reestablish international flight service toward the finish of October with fewer routes, the company has reported.

Australia’s Qantas Airways and budget airline Jetstar will continue international flights by October 31, a four-month expansion from its past gauge of July, their parent company said on Thursday.

Travelers can anticipate that capacity should be lower than pre-pandemic levels, and courses will likewise be changed. Qantas will fly 22 global courses, rather than its past 25. Objections will incorporate Los Angeles, London, Singapore and Johannesburg. Right now, the carrier won’t offer non-stop trips to New York, Santiago and Osaka.

Jetstar, in the mean time, will continue flights to each of the 13 of its international destinations.

Clients with international bookings can change their trips without getting charged on any flights booked from now through the finish of April, the transporter said.

In related features, travel without isolate might be workable for some sooner than the fall.

Another application from the International Air Travel Association (IATA) permitting carrier and government authorities to log and share travelers’ wellbeing data, as COVID-19 results and vaccination statuses, will available in March, and free to travelers by means of the two IOS and Android stages, as indicated by its site.