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Latest news: Overseas travel

Travel bubbles with Japan, Korea soon: PM

Two-way quarantine-free travel to South Korea and Japan from Australia is being considered by the prime minister as the country looks to expand international travel.

Vaccinated travellers head to US as flights reopen

Travellers across the world are preparing to be reunited with loved ones in the United States for the first time in nearly two years.

Qantas brings forward international flights

Qantas will bring forward restarting international flights to popular destinations and launch a new route to India.

Singapore expands quarantine-free travel, but not to Australia

Singapore is opening its borders to more countries for quarantine-free travel as the city-state seeks to rebuild its status as an international aviation hub, and prepares to reach a "new normal" to live with COVID-19.

Australia to restart international travel

Australians will soon be able to freely travel overseas and fully vaccinated people allowed to quarantine in homes for a week.

PM firms on overseas travel restart target

Australia has firmed up its commitment to restart international travel once 80 per cent of people aged 16 and above receive two coronavirus jabs.

Australia eyes Christmas overseas travel

Australia's tourism and trade minister believes international borders will be open in time for Christmas.

Morrison talks up international travel plans

Scott Morrison believes international travel could be on the near horizon for fully vaccinated Australians.