Qantas will triple its flights out of Albury as part of the company's new focus on domestic and regional travel, in light of international restrictions.
Currently there are two return flights a week from Albury to Sydney, but by the end of June six return flights will run along the route.
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From June 12, Jetstar and Qantas will employ contactless check-in, and masks and santiser will be provided to customers.
Some staff will return to work but the majority of Qantas Group employees will remain stood down as the network remains pre-coronavirus levels.
Chief executive Alan Joyce said government medical experts have said the risk of contracting coronavirus on an aircraft was low.
"We know there is a lot of pent up demand for air travel and we are already seeing a big increase in customers booking and planning flights in the weeks and months ahead," Mr Joyce said.
"\We can quickly ramp up flying in time for the July school holidays if border restrictions have eased more by then. Normally, we plan our capacity months in advance, but in the current climate we need to be flexible to respond to changing restrictions and demand levels.
"The one million people who work in tourism around Australia have been really hurting over the past few months. These additional flights are an important first step to help get more people out into communities that rely on tourism and bring a much-needed boost to local businesses."