Travellers who book international flights months in advance of any signs that the coronavirus will be contained run the risk of being unable to proceed with their journey. Photo: Reuters Travellers who book international flights months in advance of any signs that the coronavirus will be contained run the risk of being unable to proceed with their journey. Photo: Reuters
Travellers who book international flights months in advance of any signs that the coronavirus will be contained run the risk of being unable to proceed with their journey. Photo: Reuters

5 reasons why you should consider buying an airline ticket to fly later in the year – and 7 reasons why you shouldn’t

Amid the continuing Covid-19 pandemic, experts are warning that the travel recovery won’t be as quick as the airlines would like, and that it may be a year or more before it returns to normal

Topic |   Aviation
Travellers who book international flights months in advance of any signs that the coronavirus will be contained run the risk of being unable to proceed with their journey. Photo: Reuters Travellers who book international flights months in advance of any signs that the coronavirus will be contained run the risk of being unable to proceed with their journey. Photo: Reuters
Travellers who book international flights months in advance of any signs that the coronavirus will be contained run the risk of being unable to proceed with their journey. Photo: Reuters
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