Air New Zealand operated a particular repatriation flight
between Auckland and Tonga on Tuesday.
The flight was the primary that Air New Zealand has operated to move passengers between New Zealand and Tonga since
COVID19 border restrictions have been launched.
All passengers on the repatriation flight have been
required to take a COVID19 check 4 days earlier than journey and carry
proof of a detrimental consequence.
On arrival at Fua’amotu Worldwide
Airport in Tonga, all passengers have been required to enter a
14-day quarantine at areas nominated by the Authorities of
Air New Zealand Senior Supervisor Pacific Islands
Brent Roxburgh, mentioned, “There are numerous Tongan passport
holders who’ve been in New Zealand for an prolonged interval of
time as a consequence of COVID19 associated border restrictions. Air New Zealand
is happy to be working intently with the Tongan authorities to
assist facilitate these desirous to return house.”
Air New Zealand is already working with the
Authorities of Tonga on the following repatriation flight. Prospects who
want to journey to Tonga are suggested to register their curiosity
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