I don't know how many times I have been yelled at in HKG to take my hat off approaching the temp monitoring station.I wonder if temperature taking (similar to Hong Kong back in 2009 ?) Will start to happen
My husband will fail every single normal test on high temperature . His medical condition has a side effect that physical exertion tends to raise his temperature quickly. I suppose he will need to have a note from his neurosurgeon
My husband doesn't wear his Akubra as much as he used to but when he had had initial surgery there was a huge dip in his skull on top of his headI don't know how many times I have been yelled at in HKG to take my hat off approaching the temp monitoring station.
Maybe they were thinking they could ride it out in the only place that had no deaths during the 1918 pandemic and went to New Zealand instead of American Samoa.The mind boggles as to how so many Germans came to be stranded in NZ. Although perhaps many were thinking NZ was a relatively good place to sit tight.
I got woken my a QR flight going overhead in the middle of the night this week. I was straight back to sleep though but was interested in the route it took DOH-MEL Looked like it was coming straight in over the northern suburbs but then turned abruptly south at Coburg and not sure where it went from there because I fell asleep again. And my FR24 doesn't seem to show enough historical data to find it again. At least I think it was QR. Or I'm using FR24 wrong. Not an expert. If anyone can winkle it out, I'm quite curious as to why it would have turned so abruptly south.In the last half hour I have seen three international flights go right overhead. It is so quiet that you get a start when the noise hits. They were CX 100, CA 614 & CA 616.
So, this looks like Hong Kong has thrown a lifeline to CX and HX - don't know of any others who would qualify.From 1 June 2020 until further notice, only transit/transfer passengers who have been checked through at the origin port and take transit/transfer flights operated by the same airline group are accepted at HKIA.
I agree. I live in the inner west in Brisbane and got the fright of my life last night at 6pm when a plane went overhead. I just have not heard them for months as we are not on a direct flight path.Queensland has now allowed travel throughout the state of Queensland, but it happened so quickly that Qantas and other airlines weren't prepared.
Hopefully when the Qld/NSW border is opened, in July there is a few days or a few weeks warning.
It was so quiet at home past 2 months its a shock when you hear a flight, I live on the southern approach to Brisbane airport.