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Friday 31 January 2020 sees TT394, the 0815 hours SYD - PPP (A320 VH-XUH) not airborne until 0937 hours so arrival should be at 1047 hours, 57 minutes late. This is one of the final TT flights on this 'city pair' as the route is being discontinued in a few days IIRC.
Later on 31 January, the CNS down to SYD TT677 (A320 VH-XUG) is arriving at 1425 hours, 35 late.
B738 VH-VUD, the aircraft that carried identified coronavirus sufferers from MEL to OOL on Monday 27 January is on Friday 31 operating TT562 from MEL to OOL (again!) that should arrive half an hour behind at 1355 hours. This article discusses the 27 January passenger:
TT566 (1935 hours evening Friday 31 January MEL - OOL that has B738 VH-VUX) took off at 2100 so arrival in the Gold Coast is likely to be 75 late at 2155 hours. It has been very unsettled in Melbourne.
TT472 is arriving in MEL (ex ADL) at 2353 hours, 173 late with B738 VH-VUD while the SYD - MEL 2040 hours airborne bang on curfew at 2300 hours (TT279, A320 VH-VNH) should arrive not long after at 0010 on Saturday 1 February, 115 late.
On what has been a stormy late afternoon in Melbourne extending into the evening, TT472, the scheduled 1910 hours ADL across to MEL took off at 2044 with B738 VH-YVA. Arrival should be at 2219 hours, 79 minutes late.