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    It’s the question on the minds of many jetsetters – when will widespread international travel resume? Qantas is expecting that day to come at the end of October. But what’s required to make it a reality amid the pandemic? The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is proposing a ‘travel pass app’, which is already being trialled by some airlines. The group’s regional vice president for Asia Pacific, Conrad Clifford tells The World they’re planning for both the worst and best case scenarios.

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