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All international flights have been pulled from the Qantas website, including routes to New Zealand.
Flights to New Zealand are now unavailable until September 1, despite expectations that the neighbouring countries were preparing to open a trans-Tasman bubble with Australia, while flights elsewhere are no longer available until March 28, 2021.
Travel between the countries remained suspended after New Zealand closed its borders to the world on March 19.
A Qantas spokesman told Daily Mail Australia 'all international and sale flights have been removed from the website' until further notice due to the coronavirus pandemic.
He did not confirm whether flights to New Zealand would resume from September 1, just that they were able to be viewed on the Qantas website.
'There are some international flights in the system but they are not currently operating,' he said.
Travellers looking to head overseas can still book trips through the Qantas website, however.
This article first appeared on www.dailymail.co.uk
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